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Different Aimpoints?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by AMerexican, Mar 26, 2010.

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  1. AMerexican

    AMerexican Member

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    Ok I must say I'm a bit confused can somebody do a quick rundown of what the differences are between models? Thanks :)
     
  2. Uncle Mike

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    I can't type that much in one setting...but these guys know all there is to know about the various models and their differences....http://www.aimpoint.com/
     
  3. AMerexican

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    maybe i should be a little more specific. my bad the comp series in particular.
     
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    Night vision capability and water resistance (depth). If you don't plan on using NV and you aren't gonna go scuba diving with it, then a Comp ML series is an excellent choice.

    Years later, I'm still sticker shocked at the Micro series. $600? That's ACOG money...
     
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    Comp ML3 comes in 2 moa or 4 moa dots.
    M3 is the same bt offers night vision ability.

    ML2 ans M2 are just older versions, no ACET battery life tech.

    The ML3 is my favorite. comes with a rubber cover and flip up lens covers. For an Ar a Larue lt129 is a must have mount.
     
  7. briansmithwins

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    M2 is cheaper.

    M3 has better battery life and an available 2MOA dot.

    The Micros are tiny but cost more.

    M4 series is a ruggedized version of the M3 with an integral mount. Spendy but you get what you pay for.

    BSW
     
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