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Old February 11th, 2006, 23:39   #16
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Im getting one in couple days i saw the tasco like 30 minutes before i saw this thread haha but i dont have the money to get it yet
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Old February 14th, 2006, 20:09   #17
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LOL seriously get it its pretty good...and the workman ship and weight is fairly nice too
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Old February 15th, 2006, 05:28   #18
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i think theyr ok, i have one that i got free with an aeg from red dragon on aso. in my opinion they look rediculas on a m4, but decen t on a g36.
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Old February 16th, 2006, 02:25   #19
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i think theyr ok, i have one that i got free with an aeg from red dragon on aso. in my opinion they look rediculas on a m4, but decen t on a g36.
You could be right. I think the tasco scope looks good on both the P90 and G36c. Both are smaller smg's so the size/shape of the scope goes well with them. My biggest gripe however are how the adjustments seem designed for a 'coin' screwdriver.

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Old February 16th, 2006, 18:17   #20
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My biggest gripe however are how the adjustments seem designed for a 'coin' screwdriver.
Do they not have knurling on the knobs? I thought that they did.

And don't laugh.. there actually is a screwdriver bit that is shaped like a half circle. We call them coin-slots. They're for an aviation type-specific fastener on Hawker buisness jets. They're a real pain in the ass when the fastener heads have paint in them.
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Old February 16th, 2006, 18:43   #21
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Agreed...the paint is a bitch to deal with. You have to be very careful as not to scratch it...


LOL I like it on the P90 more than the G36...
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My biggest gripe however are how the adjustments seem designed for a 'coin' screwdriver.
Do they not have knurling on the knobs? I thought that they did.

And don't laugh.. there actually is a screwdriver bit that is shaped like a half circle. We call them coin-slots. They're for an aviation type-specific fastener on Hawker buisness jets. They're a real pain in the ass when the fastener heads have paint in them.
Those are just caps that screw off like other scopes. It would be nice if the adjustments could be made without any tool.

Here is an updated picture of my G36 with the scope, handgrip AND tracer unit which just arrived today! Thanks Tru!

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