The Sightmark Sureshot is a great budget optic for all most anything. From hunting to speed shooting to plinking, the Sureshot is light, strong, easy to use, and rather cheap. I know that most people are very skeptical of a sight like this thinking to it will break when it’s used or it won’t hold zero. That is not the case; it holds zero and I haven’t put a scratch in it yet.

I’ll admit that I too was very skeptical about this optic thinking that it couldn’t even hold zero with a .223. This was intially intended for the Ruger .22, but I changed my mind. I put it on my AR and tested it out. It held zero and worked so well that I put it on my SKS and it worked just as well. Constantly stayed on target with every round.

The sight has a very clear picture and has an anti-fog lens which makes it nice for speed and clarity. The multi-reticle function is a plus because you can change to a different reticle with one click, for different distances or for just being tacticool. Everyone loves the tacticool.

Photobucket

(Left to Right: 3 MOA dot, 10 MOA dot crosshair, crosshair and 65 MOA circle with 3 MOA dot)

Overall, having this sight for about a year, I think it is well worth the $40 you pay for it. I would give it a 4/5 because the battery life isn’t all that great, but I have no complaints besides that. This reflex sight provides a fantastic two-eyes-open experience.

Mike

 

By: Michael Reyneke

The following two tabs change content below.
Michael is an avid shooter who reviews hunting, survival, and tactical gear for Tactical Gun Review.

Latest posts by Michael Reyneke (see all)

Share
%d bloggers like this: