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Micro Red Dots, Adapters, and Crosman Mounts

New Product Announcement 7/29/22

This is just a quick update to let y’all know that I’ve released a few new products and to tell you what’s next.

1X20 Micro Red Dots

I’ve noticed a lot of our customers using these Micro Red Dots. I’ve only recently tried one myself and can certainly see the appeal. So we’re offering them for sale! Check those out here:×20-red-dot-sight/

Crosman Scope Mounts

The 1X20 Red Dots are only available in Picatinny/Weaver bases and they have a screw right through the middle. This means that the Red Dots would need to be centered over one of our Crosman Scope mounts and there would be a little too much daylight on each side. I’ve added an option to the Crosman Scope Mounts to select a single extended mount. I think the 1X20 Micro Red Dot looks better with this scope mount than with the short set of 2.

Dovetail to Picatinny Adapters

If you have a steel breech on your Crosman, or if you’d like to mount one of these Red Dots on any airgun with dovetail grooves you will need some sort of riser or adapter to go from 3/8 inch or 11mm dovetail to Picatinny/Weaver. We’re now offering low-profile dovetail to picatinny adapters that pair well with these Red Dots. Check those out here:

What’s Next?

Poor Man’s Side Folder – The next product release will be the poor man’s side folder and a compatible lower/grip adapter for the Beeman 2027. I have all the parts for these and we are assembling a few everyday. I just need to get pictures and product pages done. I’m thinking by the end of next week, August 5th.

Stormrider – After that I plan on releasing the Gen I and Gen II Diana Stormrider tactical conversions. Designs are done and I think they are awesome. I’m super excited about these.

Crosman ICON – I’ve completed a design for a Tactical Conversion kit for the Crosman ICON. That will be released once I’m done with the Stormriders. I will also have a barrel band for this one.

Side Folder Adapters – The designs for the Crosman 13XX and 2240 side folder adapters are done. I’m just waiting on another manufacturer for the steel parts.

I’m getting burned out again. I won’t shut the business down this time, but I might take a break after all these are done and try to recharge my batteries before attempting another manic design session. We’ll keep chipping away on the business end. Speaking of which, we’ve been running out of space for a while. I have some ideas for how we can make more room. In the meantime, once we get all of these products released I’m sure we’ll be overcommitted. My plan is, essentially, to overcommit first and then deal with the consequences afterward. Wish me luck!

Deo volente, we will keep cranking out great products at great prices! Thank you for your support and thank you for the opportunity to serve you!

– Terry

11 thoughts on “Micro Red Dots, Adapters, and Crosman Mounts

  1. Hi Terry – I’m gonna pickup a red dot for one of my low power springers (for shooting < 15y). Would you go with a micro red dot or the reflex sight?

    1. Hmm, that’s a tough one for me. I really like them both, but I guess it depends on what you’re doing with it. I like the simplicity, compactness, and toughness of the Micro Red Dots, but the wider field of view and ease of use of the Reflex sight. I think I prefer the reflex for most occasions, personally.

  2. Terry,
    Looking forward for the poormans side folders
    for my 1322.
    You do great work sure do appreciate it just don’t get burned out have yourself a little R&R I’m new here but I sure do enjoy your site.


    1. Ed,

      Thank you very much. I’m looking forward to it as well. I think an affordable adjustable side folder for the 13XX will be a game changer. I’m expecting the parts to come in on Wednesday! I took a gamble and got the parts made in bulk without a sample, so here’s to hoping I didn’t mess up the drawings, lol.

  3. Thanks for all you do!

  4. I’ll take 3 of the 1377/2240 side folders.Please advise of $$ so I can pay u in advance.

    (We still need a slip on mod for a Crosman .562 barrel)

    I’m retired and watch cat videos all day. I would be honored to help you out for $1.00 a month.

    Please advise.

    1. Thanks for your support Mike. It’s much appreciated. I still need to figure out how much they cost me time wise and get parts in hand before I total up how much it cost me in cheese. I’ll announce it right here on the blog as soon as I have them ready. Just let me know when you put your “Pay by Check” order in and I’ll get it shipped so you don’t have to wait.

  5. Terry, I know that you are crazy busy at this time, but… For a new product I was thinking of depingers, Easy to design and 3d print. I think that they would sell

  6. Lots of exciting things coming from you folks. Can’t wait!

  7. Just want to say the low profile Dovetail to Picatinny adapter works well. I purchased some from Amazon before. Lots of people don’t grasp how the spring loaded adapter works. That it is compressed and put inside the picatinny mount. Then use the picatinny mounting her screws to tighten the assembly to the dovetail rail. Just saying an explanation beforehand may save a lot of explaining afterwards. None of mine came with any instructions. Best of luck, you have some great inventive items. I’ll be checking the Icon conversion out when you bring it to market

  8. I’m with ya. Like a little kid waiting for Santa. (Stormrider Gen lol conversion)
    Keep sane and all the luck & best wishes

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