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    Bump. I think Outlander Systems is still running one of these. Anyone else? Cost aside, is this a better option than an EOtech?

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    I can like the window and sight picture of my UH1 more than the Eotech. I was planning on getting an XPS but went with the Vortex after comparing them side by side.


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    Vortex's new Holographic Sight Razor AMG UH-1

    I am still using mine. It has a problem, though I think it is a design flaw. The optic is held to the base with springs. I can move the optic by pushing up on the housing (not the base). This causes the reticle to move, but presumably return to zero. Am I the only one who has noticed it? Is it defective? I know I certainly get better groups with irons than I get with the optic.


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    Last edited by Kyohte; 07-15-19 at 21:29.

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    I am. I haven’t offloaded my EOTech, but if it ever goes down it will be replaced with another UH-1.



    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyblake View Post
    Bump. I think Outlander Systems is still running one of these. Anyone else? Cost aside, is this a better option than an EOtech?
    No, that’s definitely not normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyohte View Post
    I am still using mine. It has a problem, though I think it is a design flaw. The optic is held to the base with springs. I can move the optic by pushing up on the housing (not the base). This causes the reticle to move, but presumably return to zero. Am I the only one who has noticed it? Is it defective? I know I certainly get better groups with irons than I get with the optic.


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