The new Sidewinder Scope Mount system works with all types of scopes, including red dots and crosshair sights. It has multiple rails so you can also attach flash lights, lasers, and other tactical attachments that interface with standard weaver rails. The Sidewinder Scope Mount works with all weaver base rails, anywhere on the marker, and mounts directly to the markers such as the RAP4, T68, Tippmann, BT, Spyder MR series, SP1, and SP8 markers.
The Sidewinder Scope Mount has 3 offset levels. This feature enables the users to configure the better mounting position for the sights, and clear any obstructions to have a wide, clear downrange view...even around the hoppers. One of the very good features of the Sidewinder Scope Mount is its ability to adjust the height level above the marker - adjust it up or down with a turn of the knob to change the impact point, use the existing metallic sights, see over the top of other accessories...or to see through them clearly without your goggles getting in the way of the buttstock.
The Sidewinder Scope Mount is made completely out of metal and can be used with real firearms and Airsoft guns as well, making it cross-compatible throughout the shooting sports. With the Sidewinder Scope Mount the users are able to have complete control over the scope's horizontal and vertical adjustments, and even use it to interface with other tactical accessories. It will add a new dimension to paintball game...and a cool new way to accessorize the weapon of choice.
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NEW YORK (MMD Newswire) March 22, 2010 - Kids can get in touch with their inner sweetness at the 2nd Annual Candy Camp presented by Brasserie 1605 for pint-sized confectioners aged five to 14, the first Saturday of every month from 3 to 4 p.m. on the lobby level of New York City's Crowne Plaza Times Square, April 3 thru August 7.
Brasserie 1605 Executive Chef Christopher Smith, who conducted last year's popular cocoa-centric classes, will teach Candy Camp-ers how to create chocolate indulgences, while edu-taining them with his "bean to bag" history of chocolate, including how Milton Hershey made chocolate accessible to the American masses - a nod to the role of the Hershey's Store Times Square as Candy Camp Counselor.
While the kids are occupied creating edible treats - including chocolate lollipops, truffles, fudge, caramels and chocolate-covered strawberries - parents are welcome to participate, or they can spend some quality time at the bar with half-priced chocolate Martinis. Either way, they will leave with a gift certificate for a 25 percent discount toward lunch or dinner at Brasserie 1605. Their progeny will receive Candy Camp Diplomas, which bestow a Junior Chocolatier degree upon the kids and entitle them to a personalized "Photo Bar" from the Hershey's Store just downstairs - a half pound classic Hershey's milk chocolate bar sporting their picture on the wrapper (a $14.95 value). And to complete the experience, Candy Camp-ers will make their Broadway debut, when their picture appears on the Hershey's Store's dynamic new exterior light display.
As the father of two small children, who have already announced their intentions to follow in his culinary footsteps, Chef Smith is particularly well suited - and prepared - to teach kids kitchen skills. He also gets a big kick out of Candy Camp. "I've been looking forward to it for months. It's such a departure from my normal routine and the youngsters' observations or questions are amazing, some hilarious, plenty very astute, all priceless."
Limited to just 12 kids per session, the cost for kids aged 5 to 14 is $25 each - $15 for kids staying in the hotel. All Candy Camp sessions will take place at Brasserie 1605 in the Crowne Plaza Times Square at 1605 Broadway,in the heart of New York City between 48th and 49th Streets from 3 to 4 p.m., April 3, May 1, June 5, July 3 and August 7. Advance reservations required, please call Brasserie 1605 at 212-315-6000.
Overlooking Times Square from the lobby level of New York City's Crowne Plaza Times Square, Brasserie 1605 offers the best seats on the Great White Way. A result of the hotel's recent $85 million renovation, the restaurant blends retro diner chic with New York style to create an engaging, casually comfortable setting for diners seeking reasonably priced and familiar, yet intriguing, soul-gratifying food intended to satisfy a range of appetites.
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