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Gear Review: ROME Arm Pads by Maverik Lacrosse[rwp-review id=”1″]
Company: Maverik Lacrosse / Product: ROME Arm Pads / Price: $74.99
The next several LaxAllStars.com Gear Reviews will feature Maverik Lacrosse products. First up, we’ve got the new ROME Mid Arm Pads. New for 2012, the ROME equipment line has been highly praised by Maverik’s college teams and its elite roster of professional lacrosse players. The main feedback we’ve overheard: light, comfortable and flexible. Let’s see if these Arm Pads live up to the hype!
This review was executed a bit differently than others in the past. This time, the ROME Arm Pads were tested by several members of the LAS Team and Ronan McClure, a rising senior at Bishop Kelly High School in Boise, Idaho. All had the opportunity to use the ROME Mid Arm Pads in play and provide thorough feedback for the purpose of this review.Appearance… +10. 0
The ROME Arm Pads are good looking no matter what color scheme you choose, and one thing’s for sure, you can’t go wrong with silver and white. That will go well with any uniform color! The overall look is clean, fresh and not one bit over the top like many other gimmicky pieces of padding on the market.
There is a futuristic element about these arm pads – one part Marty McFly DeLorean, one part the Lazy Boy recliner you’ve always wanted. As a few onlooking high school players mentioned, “those Rome APs are siiick.”Comfort… +10.0
Upon taking the ROME Arm Pads out of the packaging and putting them on for the first time, they were extremely tight and kind of uncomfortable. As you start moving your arms and actually use the pads, the fabric quickly becomes more flexible and forms to your arms.
Like many pads on the market, the more you wear them, the more comfortable they become. However, the Rome Arm Pads in particular become extremely comfortable just a few minutes after their first use. The more our testers wore them, the less they wanted to use anything else. Always a good sign when it comes to comfort!Mobility… vital to a middie’s health. Protection… +6.0
Overall, the ROME AP’s are more protective than other arm pads that have hit the shelves over the past few seasons. Maverik offers three types of ROME arm options in case you’re looking for more (or less) protection – defensive, mids and arm guards for attackmen. The ROME
The only complaint is that there are a couple of gaps around the sides of the elbow, which could’ve been filled in with a nice flexible padding. Shark Gel technology also highlights one of the innovative features of these pads… Shark Gel is said to harden on impact, so you’ve got that going for ya!That didn’t hurt.
Designed for lacrosse players who never stop moving on the field (i.e. midfielders), the ROME AP’s provide great mobility around the elbow joint. Maverik used a soft and flexible padding that appears to be a single piece spread across the whole outer Arm Pad. The less small parts the better as stitching can only hold on to so much.Unlike on most arm guards, these velcro straps never get in the way.
As for the way the AP’s are constructed, its straps are just the right size so they won’t ever stick out and get caught on your jersey like so many other Velcro fasteners do. The Velcro pad is stitched nicely onto the arm pad with thick thread in a zig-zag pattern, which results in a cool design as well.
After having testers try our pair out in several scrimmages, there are only a few very minor signs of use. Most of the time pads look a year old after just a few weeks!Value… +5
At $74.99, the Maverik ROME Arm Pads are at the high end of the lacrosse arm guard price spectrum. The pads should last multiple seasons. Considering the durability, flexibility and mobility of the product (also the the appearance), this is a high-quality piece of equipment for $75.
While they are indeed great pads, they are only for players who a) want to have equipment suited for elite levels, and b) are willing to pay for it. Our overall takeaway is that they are definitely worth it if you can afford to spend the money.
What the Maverik ROME Arm Pads lack in protection, they make up for in mobility and comfort. The good looks, seemingly excellent durability, top level comfort, and relatively competitive pricing all factor in to award a high score of 7.6 out of 10!My arm pads make gb’s look easy.
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Maverik MAX Senior Lacrosse Elbow Pads – Gray
Model Number: 3002238
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Senior Men’s Lacrosse Elbow Pads
These Maverik lacrosse elbow pads are ideal for experienced players
Adjustable bicep and forearm straps assure proper fit
Grip zones on the sleeve interior help keep pads in place
Maverik elbow pads’ traditional fit is designed to provide comfort and mobility
37. 5TM sleeve keeps arm cool and allows for faster evaporation of sweat
Anaform bicep and forearm pads provide slash protection yet maintains flexibility
Soft sleeve padding provides additional coverage to critical zones on the arm interior
The Maverik MAX Senior Lacrosse Elbow Pad is the ideal gift for any experienced lacrosse player who needs high levels of protection at an affordable price. These men’s lacrosse elbow pad have adjustable bicep and forearm straps to assure a proper fit so you can personalize the fitting to however you want it. The 37.5 sleeve has a moisture wicking material that keeps the arm cool and allows for faster evaporation of sweat. The anaform bicep and forearm pads provide slash protection yet maintains flexibility so your range of motion will not be deterred. The soft sleeve padding provides even more coverage for critical zones on the arm so nothing goes unchecked when it comes to protection. Overall, the Maverik Elbow Pads have a lot of great features to offer and will keep you protected all season long.
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Review: Maverik’s 2019 Rome Line
One of the best parts of my job as the Gear and Lifestyle Editor at Inside Lacrosse is that I get to try out the latest and greatest lacrosse gear. Usually that’s relegated to heads and shafts, but this fall Maverik asked me to try out their new Rome line of pads. Needless to say I was, and am, happy to oblige such a request, and tested the entire Maverik Rome collection for the last few months.
Have you ever used something that you have been using your entire life, but the latest iteration of it has something that made you go, “Well, where has that been the entire time?” The 2019 Rome gloves have exactly that kind of an innovation, small as it may be.
It sounds like such a small Jesse Pinkman-like thing to get excited about, but in practice having that quick snap is wildly convenient when you need to slip your glove off on the bench to grab a quick squirt of water. According to Maverik product manager Nick Skally, the idea to use magnets on the cuff came from a logical source: the players.
“We meet with hundreds of player each year to understand what is working and, more importantly, what is not working,” Skally said. “Player after player complained about hook and loop jersey snags. The magnetic closure secures the sub cuff, and won’t degrade in effectiveness over time.“
The Rome gloves fit snug, which to be honest I usually dislike — I am a floppy glover — but they’re not tight like a lot of the gloves on the market right now. Still, the glove isn’t restrictive, the fingers have a good amount of protection as well as flexibility and an Axe Suede palm provides great handle feedback. The back of the Rome gloves are lined with Maverik’s new protective technology called Eform. What’s Eform? This is what product managers are for.
“There are two key elements that distinguish Eform,” said Skally. “The first is energy displacement. The Eform panels absorb impacts and distribute the force across the whole panel. Hard-sided protection, while protective, restricted natural motion. Our breakthrough was engineering the Eform material to respond to body heat. Within a few minutes, you notice the pad has conformed to your arm. The Rome line promotes a full range of motion while offering rigid impact dispersion.”
The Eform is present on the backhand of the glove, but it is located throughout the various arm pads in high impact zones where it’s myriad of properties truly shine. To be fair, I did not wear the elbow caps because I don’t play in a league where wearing elbow caps is cool and also I have a “floating elbow” (which is not a medical diagnosis, but the chunk of bone that leaves a dent in my right elbow needed a name so that’s what I call it). Turns out I could have worn the caps and have been fine since the slippage on the arm pads the guard was minimal. It still happens — one cannot fight the inevitability of arm pad slippage — but it was way less annoying than other pads I have used and occurred less and less as pads broke in to fit my gnarled (gnarly? gnarled) arms.
“There are three elements to pad slippage prevention,” said Skally. “One: Select a pad that fits properly (snug is best). Two: Select a pad that provides adjustability over time (Make sure you have additional room to extend the straps) Three: Select a pad the contours to fit the arm and provides unrestricted movement. The third component of this equation is the most difficult to solve for. A pad that offers a snug fit with lots of strap security is worth nothing if it resists movement. With each flex, this pad will slide down your arm. With the Rome we’ve checked every box.”
And he is right for the most part. I ended up using the pads far more than the guards because that suits my play style, which is a combination of frantic and foolish. At one point I was slashed going for a one-handed groundball pick up and the defenseman apologized right after he threw the check because politeness is next to godliness and I didn’t even feel the impact. The Eform is hard to the touch, but still malleable while being protective. I can confidently say that the Rome arm pads are the best arm pads that Maverik has ever made.
However, for me, the true star of the new Rome line was the shoulder pads.
My Favorite #Lacrosse Equipment of 2018, in no particular order:
1. @underarmour Spotlight MC cleats
2. @PlayTrueLAX Comp SF 4.0 New Hampshire edition
3. @MaverikLacrosse Rome Speed Shoulder Pads
4. @THRONEOFSTRING Vision 01 Visor
5. @Epochlax Integra Box Bicep Pad— Kyle Devitte (@TheKyleDevitte) December 24, 2018
Though Maverik redesigned the entire Rome line for 2019, my favorite changes came with the shoulder pad. I have liked Maverik shoulder pads ever since the Maybach Speeds, so I am not surprised that I liked the new Rome model. I prefer a minimal pad after years of flat out refusing to wear SP’s because I am not smart. So when I got the complete version of the Rome shoulder pads instead of the speed version, I was a little perplexed. But after opening the package and seeing that I could customize the pad, I got right to work and essentially made my own speed version of the pad. Eschewing the traditional Velcro straps (again) Maverik used thin clips to attach the pad to the body, though it’s more like melding than attaching. Once the clips were fastened, the pad didn’t move or shift like some pads do.
The thing that sticks out about the entire 2019 Rome line is that Maverik really went back to the formula and made significant changes. Do the Rome gloves look like Rome gloves of the past? Sure. But they don’t fit like the older Romes and they certainly perform better overall. The arm pads are the best arm pads I have used in a while, both in terms of protection and aesthetics. The shoulder pad is secure and completely customizable to a myriad of positions. This is Maverik’s best line of gear since their arrival on the lacrosse scene over a decade ago with the Wonderboy.
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Lacrosse Arm Pad Buying Guide
Here are some things to consider to find a lacrosse arm guard, arm pad, or elbow pad that works best for you.
1) Position & Style of Play
As touched upon earlier, your position will often be the single most important decider in narrowing down your selection of arm protection. There is some interchangeability between certain positions which is where style of play will enter in as more of a factor.
To reiterate from earlier, attackmen value larger, bulkier arm guards to withstand the inevitable onslaught of stick checks they’ll receive in a game. They need pads that can withstand the physicality while not infringing too heavily upon their ability to quickly react and maneuver with the ball.
Midfielders tend to drift more towards lighter weight and more flexible arm pads that still provide enough protection for when they are in transition or on offense and for those midfield scrums for a loose ball. As they are less checked, the standards for protection become a bit looser.
For most defensemen and LSMs, elbow protection is more of a formality required by the rules than a necessity as they seldom get checked hard throughout the game. They instead value mobility, giving them the freedom to lay checks quickly.
As you grow into the game, you become cognizant of the type of checks your style of play absorbs. For an attackman, this may allow you to experiment with less and less padding around your arms. The same goes for a midfielder: a defensive middie may gravitate more towards the elbow caps of their long pole counterparts than the bulkier forearm protection offered to their position.
The hard and fast rule is more protection equals less mobility, and more mobility equals less protection. Figuring out what arm guards/pads work best for you is weighing your value between these two.
2) Finding the Right Fit
Next to your jersey, your arm protection may be the most size-dependent item that you wear on the lacrosse field. Given the lack of adjustment possible in an arm guard, it is important that you consult the size charts provided on the product page or by visiting the manufacturer’s website to get to the closest approximation of fit that best suits you.
But, you still should not take a size chart as undisputed truth to the fit of the product. It is important that you also consult all available reviews from customers to see if a given pad runs large or small, favors certain body sizes over others, or if there are any other quirks to the fit that may not be clear in the product listing.
We cannot overstate the importance of doing your own research into the sizing because there is nothing quite as disruptive and simply uncomfortable on the field as a slipping or bunching arm pad. Take your time to get it right.
As harmless as sweat seems, it can be detrimental to your immediate play on the field and the long term durability (and hygiene) of your arm pads. An arm guard that gets soaked in sweat can weigh you down and cause distracting slippage in your pads that detract from your play.
Luckily, many arm guards on the market today come prepared for the war on moisture. Most, if not all, employ compression sleeves that wick away moisture, keeping your arm dry and your pads snug. This works in tandem with lighter weight, breathable foam and modern cooling technology to maintain the highest level of comfort for the player.
When researching pads, it is important to look for these breathability features that will support you through the wet Spring and hot Summer days.
4) Strap System
Your preference in a strap system vs mainly compression fit for an arm guard is also important to consider. As mentioned under breathability, compression sleeves provide a natural cling to the user’s arm for initial security in the fit.
However, you may not be comfortable with depending on only compression for the fit of your arm guards. Many options, especially those for attack and midfield, include some form of strap —usually elastic—at both or one end of the pad. This allows players to adjust the fit for themselves, letting them find the perfect balance of tightness and comfort.
There are also some other inventive options. The STX Cell 4 elbow pad, for example, employs an inner lining of silicone tape to supplement the compression fit rather than the added bulk of a strap. You may prefer an alternative solution like this to maintain a more streamlined fit to your arm protection.
5) Customer Reviews
To reiterate from the fit section, customer reviews are an invaluable resource in your search for arm protection. We depended on customer reviews to construct this guide, and you should do the same to see what pads worked for people and what potential hiccups may be present in a given product.
Things like durability are not immediately obvious in a product listing. A customer review can easily tell you if an arm guard starts to deteriorate after a few months of use or if the product has a slipping problem or some other deficiency that affects the wear.
Last but not least is your budget. Arm protection for the most part comes at a premium given the necessary value between protection and mobility.
As you scroll towards the high-end arm guards, the balancing act between protection and mobility skews much closer to equilibrium. The opposite goes for cheaper pads on the market, potentially leaving you to choose between one or the other.
Additionally, the long term viability of your protection is something to consider. The constant wear and tear at these pads could send you back looking for a new option every few months if you rely on a cheaper product.
It is important that you try to stick to your budget, however arm protection is not the best place to cut corners on quality when it comes to your gear.
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Bauer Hockey (renamed Nike Bauer from 2005 to 2008) is a manufacturer of hockey equipment, fitness and leisure skates, and apparel. Bauer manufactures helmets, gloves, golf clubs, skates, shin guards, trousers, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey shorts and compression garments, and goalkeeper equipment. Bauer designed and produced primarily ice hockey skates until 1990, when it acquired the hockey assets of Cooper Canada Ltd…. In 2014, Bauer expanded into baseball / softball by purchasing Easton Diamond from Riddell / BRG Sports. Bauer operates as a division of Peak Achievement Athletics Inc. from Exeter, New Hampshire.
In 1927, the Bauer family, owners of the Western Shoe Company, founded the Bauer Skate Company, now known in Kitchener, Ontario.
Bauer was the first hockey company to start producing hockey skates in which the blade was permanently attached to the boot.The shoe and blade were manufactured by Bauer. In the following years, the Bauer Skate top line was initially marketed under the brand name “Bauer Supreme” . The company was further popularized by the notoriety of Bobby Bauer, a family member through marriage when Bauer married Bauer, and a Hockey Hall of Famer who played for the Boston Bruins in the 1930s and 1940s.
In the 1960s and 70s, the company paid superstar Bobby Hull to promote his skates. Superstars Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent of the Flyers, Guy Lafleur of the Canadiens and Walter Tkachuk and Brad Park of the Rangers have signed endorsement deals with professional manager Bill Vanderburg.These steps, as well as the appearance of the TUUK chassis, soon ushered in a new era for the company.
Then, in the early 1970s, Jim Roberts, also of the Canadiens, began wearing the TUUK blade. High-ranking teammates Guy Lafleur, Steve Shutt and Jacques Lemaire soon followed. By 1995, the various Canstar skate brands (Micron, Bauer, and others) had 70% of the NHL market, while their owners TUUK and ICM together accounted for 95%. (Note: Bauer no longer offers an ICM holder for players’ skates, although it is still offered with goalkeeper skates in addition to the TUUK hood.)
In 1994, Bauer began manufacturing the TUUK perforated chassis, which is a piece of equipment that connects a steel blade to an actual skate boot. This made the skates lighter as well as more durable.Nike Bauer Supreme One75 Goalkeeper Skate
In 1994 Canstar, Bauer’s parent company, became a Nike subsidiary. In 2006, starting with the release of the Nike Bauer Supreme One90, the company’s products were renamed Nike Bauer .This was the first time Nike used an affiliate brand on a product. On February 21, 2008 Nike sold the company to investors Roustan, Inc. and Kohlberg & Co. , and the company was renamed Bauer again.
On September 25, 2008, Bauer announced the acquisition of competitor Mission -Itech. In 2009, Mission and Itech equipment was renamed Bauer.
- 1927 Ray Charles Bauer of Kitchener founds the Western Shoe Company and the Canadian Bauer Skate Company.
- 1933 The company develops the first skates with a blade attached to the boot.
- 1965 Bauer becomes a division of footwear giant Greb Industries (known as the first international licensee for Hush Puppies footwear, and also manufactures Kodiak footwear and Collins safety footwear).
- 1974 Warrington Products, controlled by the Bronfman family, buys Greb.
- 1975 Market launch of the TUUK blade holder.
- 1981 Ski and skating boot entrepreneur Icaro Olivieri merges his company with Warrington.
- 1988 Olivieri and the investment group buy back troubled Warrington and rename it Canstar Sports, with a focus on hockey equipment.
- 1992 Hockey star Eric Lindros joins Bauer’s team.
- 1995 Nike acquires Canstar, Bauer’s parent company, for $ 395 million.
- 1997 Bauer introduces lightweight VAPOR skates and an improved dual density foam helmet.
- 2005 The company develops the VAPOR XXX solid stick.
- 2008 Roustan Inc. , based in Quebec, and the American private equity firm Kohlberg & Co. buy Nike Bauer assets for $ 200 million.
- 2010 Bauer buys Maverik Lacrosse.
- Bauer Performance Sports (BPS) 2011 is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange [BAU], now PSG.
- 2011 Alex Ovechkin signs long-term global partnership with Bauer Hockey
- 2012 BPS acquires Cascade for lacrosse equipment and Inaria for sportswear.
- 2013 BPS acquires Combat Sports to manufacture composite baseball and softball bats.
- 2014 BPS acquires Easton baseball and softball equipment, making them the world’s largest supplier of team sports equipment.
- 2014 Listed on the New York Stock Exchange (PSG) and renamed Performance Sports Group.
- 2016 PSG acquires Easton ice hockey equipment business.
- 2016 parent company Bauer Performance Sports Group files for bankruptcy.
- 2017 New parent company Bauer – Peak Achievement Athletics Inc. (co-owned by subsidiaries Sagard Holdings Inc. and Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited).
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In the life of almost every shooter there comes a stage when the usual “iron” sight becomes insufficient.The reasons may vary. Someone needs to constantly work (and work in the literal sense of the word) in conditions of twilight, and light-collecting nozzles do not help. Someone needs to increase the rate of fire. However, the most common reason is a lack of vision. Alas, the urban lifestyle leads to the fact that our most important organ of perception begins to junk already in middle age, and not in old age, like our grandfathers and great-grandfathers. And then the question arises for the owner of the weapon – what type of “mounted” sight to change to: optics or collimator? At one time we wrote about both.
Before changing the “mechanics” to optics (they almost wrote – to “automatic”), you should make sure that all the possibilities of your standard sight have been exhausted? Sometimes a frankly inconvenient front sight and rear sight prevent fast aiming at a target. If this problem can be cured with “little blood” – it is worth trying to replace the standard sighting devices with brighter and more intuitive ones.
So you’ve decided to take a collimator. Which one to stop at? There are also two ways out.The first is to carefully and meticulously select an expensive and most comfortable model. The second is to take a budget “Kalim”, which is not a pity. Driven by the latter motive, we went to the Kiev store Stvol and bought the most inexpensive sample – Vector Optics Maverick 1×22 Gen II. Now it is in our personal use and the planned scope of work on participation in competitions and shooting of various cartridges awaits him.
The cost of the Maverick II suggests that this product is intended for pneumatics and small calibers. However, one has only to take it out of the package and take it in hand, as it becomes clear that it is made quite soundly: it is definitely not plastic or a tin. If only because it weighs more than its counterparts, at least a third.
Is this good or bad? For the preservation of the filling, including under shock loads – good. But fastenings with a heavy case carry an increased load. We have two of them in the kit and both are on the Weaver bar:
- low mount.The height of the aiming line above the tire is approximately 20 mm. Tightening is done with the included wrench with torx slot. In our opinion, the area of contact of the bolt head with the base is small, and it will most likely loosen;
- high mount for AR-type rifles and other weapons where a significant 38 mm lift of the aiming line above the rail is required. The mount has a cam lever for quick assembly with a safety slide.A screw is provided to adjust the clamping force; if necessary, it can be tightened so that the collimator is already permanently fixed.
The sight itself is attached to the base with four screws and can be turned. This means that by combining the installation of the base and the sight itself on it, we can achieve the alignment of the sight line and the barrel without twisting the adjustments all the way. Although they allow this too: the range of lateral and vertical corrections is 100 MoA.This, again, is more than most analogs, including expensive ones. The nice thing is that the riser is not only lightweight, but also allows through sighting; in general, it is a rather elegant construction, which has nothing to do with the monumental works of some other manufacturers.
Since we have touched on the design, we note that the sight itself, having a rather aesthetic appearance, does not look like a “barrel with drums” or a faceless box. To some extent, its outline refers to the stealth technology of Romeo scopes, but this cannot be called imitation.The correction drums are surrounded by protective ridges, which are successfully conjugated with other inclined edges. Subjectively, the sight is perceived to be somewhat larger than a collimator with a 22 mm lens should be, but this does not spoil it.
So the design of the Maverick II can be called elegant, but not pretentious. High-quality anodizing only enhances this impression. By the way, even the manufacturer himself divides its closed collimators into two categories: Tube Style (tube type) and Maverick itself.A similar situation is observed in open sights. The picture is also pleasing: it is bright and light, with a barely noticeable greenish tint. This is achieved thanks to the lens enlightenment. A feature of the sight is the ledge of the LED noticeable in the light, but you get used to it quickly.
The dimming drum is large and grippy; it is not located obliquely, like many other collimators, but strictly on the right side. This makes it somewhat difficult to control with the left hand, but it reduces the size of the sight and reduces the risk of impact. It also houses a “large tablet” of standard size 2032. The number of brightness levels is 11, and the manufacturer distributes them as follows: one night and 10 daytime.
However, according to our impressions, the brightness gradation is quite uniform and does not bring any surprises. The backlight can be turned on and off manually, which is something to remember.
Ok, the sight itself is strong, light, comfortable and well-equipped.In addition to two bases, the kit includes a plastic screwdriver, a Torx wrench, a napkin, a rubber tie cap and instructions. There are no batteries in the kit – but this is not a whim of the manufacturer, but the requirements of the carriers. The boxes from this manufacturer are also very solid and can be used in a workshop or household. But maybe the sighting mark itself, which is a point at 3 MoA, will bring surprises? Will it float from the intense shooting?
We took it right off the bat and brought in Maverick to fire the powerful 12-gauge round of the B&P Big Game White Blackout HV. And he (in the sense, the cartridge) did not disappoint: after each shot, we had to tighten exactly that low-mount bolt, which immediately aroused our suspicions. Since it was not possible to continue shooting with such materiel, we had to do some collective farm tuning – to replace the culprit with a metric screw of the same length, supplying it with several washers, including a spring one. The result was a whole sandwich, but as soon as the friction area increased, spontaneous unscrewing stopped.
This was the only nuisance during the tests and it did not concern the scope itself, but, in fact, its accessory. If we had installed the Maverick on a high mount, this incident would not even have to be faced. We completed the shooting of the indicated bullet monster quite successfully, but this was only the beginning. No, we didn’t throw the scope into the water, didn’t freeze it in the cell or bury it in the sand – although it happened to work in the heat, and in the rain, and in the dust.
But they fired a lot with him, and often they were non-standard cartridges.In addition to the “crazy” Blackout HVs, we tried Magnum’s Federal Fusion Sabot Slugs and even tormented the scope with black powder cartridges, which, as you know, give a different nature of vibrations – however, even with them, the scope held up in every sense with dignity. Against the background of all this, a hundred cartridges of 12 caliber of normal power could no longer radically change the picture.
From time to time “Maverick II” moved to the small-bore Mossberg 702, where it continued to delight us with accurate shooting even at remote metal plates and IPSC targets at 70-80 meters.
We had no choice but to go all-in and install the device on a powerful spring-piston rifle Magtech N2 Extreme 1300. The gas spring of this mastodon requires a cocking effort of almost thirty kilograms. It’s even scary to imagine what kind of shock loads it transfers to the sight during a shot. However, nothing happened to him this time either.
We had to surrender. Perhaps someday the Maverick will refuse.But when this happens, one can only guess.
Closed collimators have a reputation for optimal value for money. And Vector Optics Maverick 1×22 Gen II not only confirms this trend, but, perhaps, corresponds to it most clearly. Despite the moderate cost, this sight is solid, durable and unpretentious, therefore, we can safely recommend it for use in all types of shooting – from plinking to animal hunts.
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