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Old April 7th, 2017, 03:01 PM #1
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EOTech Holographic Weapon Sights Class Action Settlement

It looks like even if you got a full refund you are still eligible for a $22.50 voucher that can be used toward the purchase of a new EOTech product.

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Note: I got the settlement postcards in the mail today.
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I got 3 cards also. I had returned 2 optics.
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I never knew there was a problem with EOTech sights. I have one and I don't think I have any adverse issues with it. Are all EOTech sights flawed as per the class action lawsuit specific manufactured dates?
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Got a postcard yesterday as well. Anyone want my 22.50? I sure as heck ain't gonna use it.
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I saw problems with the optics for years, but most owners don't care because they are vested in them.
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Got a postcard yesterday as well. Anyone want my 22.50? I sure as heck ain't gonna use it.
I got one too. Settlements providing coupons that can only be used to buy from a vendor that sold substandard products (resulting in a settlement) are major bs.

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Did you guys actually have drift issues with your EOTech sights?
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Are all EOTech sights flawed as per the class action lawsuit specific manufactured dates?
The specifications and QC testing are proven fraudulent and fabricated. The sights fail miserably in repeatable scenarios.
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Did you guys actually have drift issues with your EOTech sights?
Yes. And I personally know folks at a LE agency who encountered up to 16" of unpredictable offset in repeatable real-world scenarios during training exercises, to the point that the sights were unusable and dangerous. Their Aimpoint-equipped rigs had no such problems.
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Yes. And I personally know folks at a LE agency who encountered up to 16" of unpredictable offset in repeatable real-world scenarios during training exercises, to the point that the sights were unusable and dangerous. Their Aimpoint-equipped rigs had no such problems.
Same experiences here. Guys would bend over backwards blaming the weapon, and in the end, after much tail chasing, they would switch to another brand optic and problems vanished.

My friend Irv tells his team's experiences with them. You can tell who owns them by the face they make when he tells the story.

The drift issues were just one of many. The adjustments were often inaccurate, and they would drain batteries rapidly. Some just gave out and would not turn on.

Can't leave them on like other quality electronic optics either.
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