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Walther PS55 Viseur coulissant airsoft Type ACOG Corps en métal
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Having researched the market, I found many red dot and ACOG style sights available at a wide range of prices. Fortunately, a fellow rifle club member had already purchased a Walther PS55, so I had the opportunity to look through it before deciding on purchaing one myself. Deciding factors for me were as follow: (Obviously) price or, more importantly, value for money; quick, easy attachment via Picatinny/Weaver rail fixing; robust construction; versatility and ease of use.
Once installed, I was pleased with the range of illumination available to cater for low to high lighting conditions (even in bright, direct sunlight, it is unlikley that the maximum illumination level will be required). At the indoor range, I found that No. 2 of the available 7 settings was perfect: Not to low that the reticle was hard to see and no so high that it was too bright, hence more prominent to the eye than the target (too high a lighting level in relation to ambient light also causes the reticle to 'flare', which is also undesirable). Hopefully this low level of illumination will also help prolong battery life. I find the 'cross-hairs' type reticle ideal for 'quartering' targets, especially on PP1/Service faces, where there is no obvious centre to aim at. I have not found the additional horizontal lines under the cross-hairs to be advantageous yet but they may prove so when I have had more time to practice with the sight.
The main advantage of ACOG style sights is the ability to keep both eyes open while acquiring and aiming at targets. In this regard, the PS55 works perfectly, allowing fast, accurate acquisition and cetering. After a while, I almost forgot I was looking through a sight at all, being only aware of the illuminated reticle floating in my field of view.
In summary, I believe the Walther PS55 represents excellent value for money and ideal for any situation where fast, accurate target acquisition is required in a wide variety of lighting conditions.