Sadly, your experience is not unusual.
Some people buy ATN X Sights and have no problem and like them very much, but far too many people like you (and me) have suffered from ATNs lack of quality control at the manufacturing stage and dreadful after sales service
I; like you will not spend any...
There is a green tinge to the display, which in my mind makes the overall display brighter than say a helion XQ38.
I think the extra brightness is to compensate for the reduction of light coming through the scope at higher magnifications where only a small part of the display actually being...
I did this on a CZ527 in 22 hornet with an Athlon Midas HMR2.5-15x50 scope.
Without the Krypton, I zeroed one inch high at 100 yards.
With the Krypton fitted, it's x and y offsets both at zero, and using a hot hands bag approx 1 1/2 inches square as the target, my POI was about 1 1 /2...
At x2.5-x3 magnification the display does not fill the scopes field of view and the icons along the bottom of the display are visible.
I'd say the image is at it's sharpest in this magnification range
At x4-x5 magnification, the add-on display fills the field of view and the icons are no longer...
I'm still trying to get my head round this, but a well designed front add-on should not have any affect on your scope zero.
I just purchased a Pulsar Krypton and did the following test:
I put the rifle in a rest so that the scope cross hairs were fixed on a target
I then fitted the front add-on...
Word is that in Scotland the law is going to be changed to allow bullets lighter than 100g for red deer so that non lead ammo can be used in 243.
If they don't do that, then there will be a lot of 243s for sale cheap, or even a situation where the government might be forced to give compensation...
Best of luck with the sale, I had one, same year same colour, same trim.
My first Landcruiser and a truly fantastic vehicle
Trade in mine last January for a 2015 LC150 ICON.
Once you own a 'cruiser, nothing else comes close (especially LandRovers) :rofl: