Looks great ,no chance to try it yet,,,,but ordered 2 sights,thought i ordered two with diamond/pyramid aiming point...not what I got...one has 2 lines coming to raised point an hash marks below them...like a rifle scope with multiple aiming points...not a big thing an I will try them both..thanks
You have YouTube to thank for my purchase.
I have used the MK1 model on my competition rifles for years and done very well in all of them. Once I got used to acquiring my sight picture I found that the claim of no parallax error is for the most part true. Being a 1X optic I cannot confirm that those claims are 100% true however i have hit shots I normally would not have otherwise as accurately or as fast as with iron sights or even certain red dots. Small learning curve as well shooting with both eyes open for this sight as well.
I also have both the first generation of the MK1 and the second generation and what I have noticed is that because of the white insert for the tritium insert (to simplify manufacturing and reduce cost) makes the non-tritium MK1 dingy and not as clear as the gen 1 MK1 with a solid polycarbonate plate.
I would recommend making a new plate with no cut for the tritium to improve the sight picture or possibly using a different color insert with enough glue to fill all the gaps and make the light pick up more pronounced.
List of pros and cons,
parallax is none existent (noticeable)
fast to acquire
not fully enclosed
MK1 Gen 2 not as good as Gen 1
small learning curve (two eye sighting)
Very impressed with this sight. It is easy to mount and easy to see on cloudy and sunny days and also a great presentation on my rifle. Sighting in took only five rounds and the POI is just the same at 50 as it is at 20 yard's. I hope to have this sight for a long time. My only regret is I should have ordered two of them.