I was really starting to lean Fast Fire III. But, again, it doesn’t fit the PDP cut out. Kind of annoyed by that. But the Viper isn’t bad, and it does sit very low. I can ALMOST cowitness with the factory sights.
I was sure they had many adapter plates for the 2 and the 3’ on my 22 tcm I had to remove rear sight for the adapter was not fun and then there is the problem with front sight height and finding one that helps with the co witness thing.
Looks like the twin to my 365, except I;m running a 407k.
I’m right handed, and left eye dominant, so I have to look at the target, through the lens, and have found with my 510Cs that the circle dot makes it just a little more difficult to see the target
Just in case you want further information about Vortex I have a story.
I ordered a Vortex Venom last month from palmetto state armory.
When it arrived I had a terrible experience trying to get the battery in to the battery compartment.
After hours of fooling with it I searched the enet and found out I was not alone with this issue. It (my guess) appears the compartment is to small or the battery is to big. Once again my guess.
I tried again but when I finally after totally scaring the cap and cross threaded either the battery cap or the compartment itself or both I gave up.
I went on the Vortex web site filled out hte repair request and printed it. Boxed it up and mailed it to them.
I told them it was my fault completely and would pay for repairs no problem. No excuses at all.
Two days letter I get a nice e mail telling me it was received and they keep me updated.
About 3 days later they sent me a e mail telling me it was repaired and shipped back to me.
Today I received a brand new sight with no bill for anything.
I opened it and within 5 minutes I had the battery in it and it works perfectly
Just wanted to tell you all the story. To me it was a very impressive experience.
You can bet beside the 4 I already have I’ll be getting another Vortex product.
PS Now all three of my new RDO Beretta’s have Vortex red dot pistol sights.
For the price, Vortex is pretty solid stuff. Their warranty is essentially no-fault, no proof of purchase necessary and you don’t even need to be the original owner.
Our VIP warranty is about you, not us.
VIP stands for a Very Important Promise to you, our customer. We will repair or replace your Vortex® product in the event it becomes damaged or defective—at no charge to you. If we cannot repair your product, we will replace it with a product in perfect working order of equal or better physical condition.
You see, it doesn’t matter how it happened, whose fault it was or where you purchased it. If you ever have a problem, no matter the cause, we promise to take care of you. You can count on the VIP Warranty for all Vortex Optics riflescopes, prism scopes, red dots, rangefinders, binoculars, spotting scopes, tripods and monoculars.
UNLIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
NO RECEIPT NEEDED
The VIP Warranty does not cover loss, theft, deliberate damage or cosmetic damage that does not hinder the performance of the product.
Think I told y’all sent them a product back that I didn’t buy… it was broken… I broke it some more. I didn’t even lie to them about that. Weeks later… brand new product. No charge. Vortex will get my business when possible.
I did not have them milled. All three of those just recently came out and are the first Beretta has ever made that come RDO from the factory.
I wanted one of those 92X Performance Berettas. But the price with out it being RDO from the factory pushed me to the other 92X models.
For that much money I couldn’t go for it.
There are companies that do what you want but it’s gonna cost. Try this site: