Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Techsan, Jul 31, 2013.
It was a rugged, compact and well made sight that did everything it was supposed to.
The only major issue I had with it was the lack of a protective cover and that issue has now been solved.
If you don't need the NVD compatibility the H1 is the way to go.
With my eyes I'm just more comfortable with an 3X TA 33 ACOG
Until the PA breaks, if it ever does. Then I don't regret paying $500 for the Aimpoint.
Have you looked at Vortex?
Well, the difference is for defensive use. My 1st H1 battery lasted 3 years always on (positions 8 and 9), I'm on the second battery now. To have a rugged dot sight that is always on when you pick it up is a very valuable thing for a defensive rifle.
For the .22 AR I'm building and for range only type rifles, I'll get the budget dots.
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