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Well I went and bought the holosight. I went to a gun store and compared it to all the other reddots and to me it was well worth the extra cash. Plus I knew if it didn’t suit me on my Mark II I could use it on some of my other weapons. I have tried traditional scopes on my hand guns before and personally find them awkward hunting with. Mostly do to their eye relief or the lack of.
Anyway mounted this holosight on the Mark II, moved a target out to 20 yds and just a few shots was hitting three 10’s that could be covered with a dime. Moved the target out to 50 yds and fired three rounds. All a couple inches high and a little right of the bulls eye. All three could be covered with a 50 cent piece. Tweaked on it a few clicks and soon was peppering 10’s that could be covered with a 50 cent piece. But when I moved back to the 20 yd target I was hitting one inch low.
The sight comes ready to mount on weaver type rails so the sight is fitting right against the barrel. I really think this sight would be great for what I will be using it for and I sure would like to get it shooting flat out to at least 50 yds.
 

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Update on the new Bushnell Mini Holosight on my Ruger Mark. All I can say is awesome!!! I was first having trouble with it being low at 10 yds and high at 50 yds. Well I adjusted in between and right on at 30 yds. It will now hit in the bottom of a dime size target at 10 yds. Lots of them right in the same hole. Can soot 10 rounds at a quarter size target at 30 yds and put them all in the middle. At 50 yds at a 50 cent size target all 10 there and with most being in the top of the 50 cent target. Now this is with sand bagging the pistol. I would recommend anyone that is wanting to add accuracy to their Mark II to try one of these sights. It’s the fastest sight I have saw to get on the target and the eye relief if a non issue. No more looking to the target in the scope. It will cost you more green stamps than a traditional scope or red dot but if accuracy and getting on the target is what you after you want regret the cost.
 
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