SOLD - Eotech 511.A65 Holosight

Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by finnmike, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. finnmike

    finnmike
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    Sold......This is a literal safe queen; took it to the range twice and then took it off the rifle and it went into the back of the safe. Only one set of batteries have been through this holosight. Just one tiny ding on the rear sight hood, otherwise perfect in all respects. Circle and dot holograph, BUIS can be used through the lens without issue. $295 FTF with new pack of batteries in Vancouver area, or I can mail SFRB for $5 extra.

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  2. finnmike

    finnmike
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    BTT. Folks, this is great sight and less than $300......
     
  3. Hardwood floor guy

    Hardwood floor guy
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    is it missing the cover for the on/off buttons? isn't there supposed to be a rubber cover over the buttons?
     
  4. finnmike

    finnmike
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    There is not a thing wrong with this sight. The buttons have a rubberized cover. As my description states it is perfect.
     
  5. majorsmackdown

    majorsmackdown
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    I think what you're seeing is the battery compartment contacts.
     
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  6. finnmike

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    That was so obvious I did not think of mentioning it. Yes, I pulled the battery cover to show the contacts were not corroded.
     
  7. BigNickShooting

    BigNickShooting
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    If you are referring at picture nr. 2 those are the battery contact not the buttons ...
     

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