Aimpoint Comp M4
The Aimpoint Comp M4 of the Comp series of sights are the toughest sights that Aimpoint has ever produced. These red dot sights are the standard infantry soldier sight in many NATO countries. These optics are extremely rugged and operate continuously for up to 8 years using a single AA battery. The competition is not even close.
The first Aimpoint Comp sight came out in 1995 and today there are more than 1 million sights from the Comp series in use worldwide. All Comp sights are soldier-tested and combat-proven, in other words they are extremely robust high quality products.
Aimpoint Comp M4 Features
High battery compartment
Compatible with every generation of NVD
ACET technology allows up to 80,000 hours (over 8 years) of daytime operation on one AA battery
Internal voltage regulator allows the CompM4 to be used with any AA size battery
7 NVD settings and 9 daylight settings
QRP2 mount has twice the clamping force of the original QRP, and the mounting knob is wider and shorter to improve operation and lower the risk of snagging on other gear
Mount base is keyed into to the body of the sight to absorb recoil
Mount base screws directly into the sight, no separate sight ring required.
500,000 hours of use on NVD setting
2 MOA dot for close combat and long distance engagement
Matches perfectly with Aimpoint 3XMag
Unequalled light transmission
Front lens opening is threaded for addition of killFlash® anti-reflective device
Submersible to 150 feet (45 meters)
Vertical spacer included
Type classified as the U.S. Army’s new M68CCO
Improved adjustment caps are easier to remove and protected against impact
Can be used with a carry handle adapter for use on all M16 rifles
Mechanical switch for speed and reliability
Aimpoint Comp M4 User Manual »
Day time use
(pos 12 of 16)
|-45°C to 71°C|
(-49°F to 160°F)
|-51°C to 71°C|
(-60°F to 160°F)
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Q: Aimpoint Comp M4 vs M4S
A: The CompM4 has a top mounted battery compartment while the CompM4s has a low battery compartment – this is the only difference between the sights.