I don't think so. Even Tech sights are really a budget product with some shortcuts taken. The adjustments are not scientific. One click may be 1/2 MOA and the next may be 3/4MOA and then clicking back it may be 5/8MOA. Mine do hold zero well, just don't think you can keep a book of adjustments at yardages and reliably make the adjustments.
their QC must be getting better, my TS200 that I just put on my SKS was hitting about 2 inches right and 2 high at 25 yards and 16 clicks left and down put it in the bullseye and close enough to hit oxygen tanks at 200 yards. the thing is built like a tank, will probably last longer than the SKS.