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Aimpoint Mark III Questions

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MHB, Aug 22, 2005.

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  1. MHB

    MHB Member

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    I recently received this scope with a pistol I purchased, I would like to try and use it, but it came with no manual or instructions, and there are no batteries in the scope. So I have no idea what kind of batteries to buy. I tried google, but came up with nothing.

    So I was wondering does any one here have any idea what kind of batteries this scope takes, or any idea where I might find a manual for it?

    Thanks, Mike

    Heres a pic of the scope in case it helps.

    aimpoint.gif
     
  2. ckyllo

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    this is the closest I can find

    http://www.aimpoint.com/o.o.i.s?id=46&prev_id=46&product_id=74

    Aimpoint® Sights Model
    Mk III, 2000, MPS, MPS II
    and Laserdot LSR-2




    Battery
    123 or DL 123A (Duracell),
    BR2/3A (Panasonic)
    CR 123A (Varta),
    Ø16.9x34.5 mm, 1pc, 3V, Lithium

    PC1A 2 pcs, 1.5-volt each, Alkaline (See note above)


    that is the only listing for a MK III on the up side that is a pretty common battery used in alot of cameras and tac lights.
     
  3. Hawkmoon

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    Those little batteries are all the same voltage, all that varies is diameter and thickness. Try the 123 -- if it fits, it's the correct battery. If not -- just find the one that fits physically and it'll work.
     
  4. MHB

    MHB Member

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    Went and bought some Duracell 123's this afternoon, got the sight working. Thank you for the help, Mike
     
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