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Old 05-08-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
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Bridge Mount for Red Dot: Any experience?

Title sums it up. Has anyone used the Walther Bridge Mount on their P22 to mount an optic? If so, were you happy with the results? Did the mount seem sturdy? Did your optic hold its zero?

I'm considering the purchase, but thought I'd seek out some actual users for feedback first.

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Old 05-09-2019, 08:26 PM   #2
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I had one a long time ago. It worked fine. Except, you have to remove it for field stripping and then re zero. I eventually gave mine to someone who wanted it. I had a big red dot on it. What I want is the slide modified by Walther so a reflex red dot can be added. 1917
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Just for kicks I bought an inexpensive bridge mount for my Sig Mosquito.
mounted a cheap red/green dot I had laying around.
It made the gun heavy, unwieldy, and just plain ugly to me.
Took it off after 1 day.
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It didn't do much for the looks of a P22 either. But, the thing was easy to aim and was accurate. 1917
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