When choosing a sight on a large hunting caliber, you need to follow several rules. The collimator sight on a large hunting caliber should have a good anti-strike system, as the recoil is higher than on rifled carbines. The sight should be securely fixed on the frame of the carbine – preferably the type of fastening is the weaver-picatinny strap. The material on the sight 12 caliber should be durable and lightweight – usually used by aviation aluminum.
You also need to decide by the type of sight (open or closed). When choosing, you should be guided by the following:
-first, which animal is planned to be hunted
-secondly, under what weather conditions the collimator sight will be operated.
In order to quickly and clearly adjust the collimator sight to the 12 caliber, you will simply need a cartridge of cold ranging. Thanks to this simple device, the sight will be set up in a matter of minutes. It is also recommended to include a cartridge of cold ranging in the hunter's equipment; this will allow to conduct reconciliation of sights before shooting. The collimator sight to the 12 caliber is equipped with a reliable fixation system – it is a fixing nut, or a special latch with a clamp adjustment.
Size of the sighting mark: dot 3 MOA, circle-dot 3 MOA, cross
"crosshair" 3 MOA,
crosshair-circle-dot 5 MOA
Field of view at 100m: unlimited
Colour of the sighting mark: red, green
Types of marks: cross, cross with dot, dot, circle with dot (4pcs)
Waterproof case: yes
Type of battery used: lithium accumulator CR123A 3V
Brightness adjustment: 1-5 modes
Product material: aviation aluminum
Workspace: +50 to -30 degrees
Product size: 108mm x 53mm x 62mm
Product weight: 262g.
Tested on carbines: Saiga 12-030, saiga 20, Vepr 7.62*54, Tigr 9.3*64