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In rough terrain, foul weather, poor light and high levels of stress even the most experienced hunter will be put to the test. Tests have proven that the single red dot reticle is the fastest on target, providing the greatest hit probability with moving targets.
With an Aimpoint® sight, you never have to worry about centering the dot inside the sight. Once you see the dot on your target, you’re ready to shoot. Other red dot sights with substantial parallax can cause you to miss by as much as 30 cm (12 inches) at a distance of only 45 meters (50 yards). That can mean the difference between a clean kill and irresponsibly wounding an animal or missing it completely.
Aimpoint® red dot sights give you increased aiming confidence and allow you to remain on target and shoot with both eyes open. If you are a sports shooter, in a competition fractions of a second count and quick target acquisition is essential. Whether you have a rifle, shotgun, handgun, black powder rifle or bow, Aimpoint has a sight for you.
Lightweight – 93 g without mount and 136 g with mount and flip-up lens covers
Integral Weaver- and Picatinny-style base allows easy attachment
ACET technology allows 50,000 hours of operation on one battery
Improved optics to increase the light transmission, the red dot is more distinct and clear
Available in 2 dot sizes (2 and 4 MOA)
See through flip-up lens covers to make sure your optical lenses are always dry and clean
Patent pending mount is keyed to the sight body to absorb recoil
Stainless steel “helicoil” threads to prevent damaging of threads of the mount
Precision adjustment for windage and elevation: top of protective caps fits into holes on adjustment screws – no other tool required
12 settings for use in daylight and low light conditions
|18 mm(.71 in)|
|±1 m at
|-45°C to 71°C
(-49°F to 160°F)
|Submersible||To a Depth of
25m (80 ft.)
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