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by Bill Mills   July 2000

ADCO's low cost red dot sight is built specifically for paintball.  It's open design, with only a partial front tube means a smaller profile, but also provides dirt and paint protection for the rear of the reflective lens.  A thumb-screw allows fast elevation adjustment.  Since paintballs have so much drop in their arced flight path, the ability to re-dial fast for various ranges is nice.  The windage (left and right) adjustment is done with a screwdriver, to stay locked in once it is set.  The IMP has no brightness controls, only an on/off switch for it's red dot which is powered by a wafer battery.

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