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Has anyone used Aimpoints CompC3, 9000SC, and H1 red dot scopes?  What are the differences in the ease of use for these scopes?  I am considering one of these for a Freedom Arms .454 Casull for shots between 30 yards and 150 yards.  Which of these scopes would you recommend, or would you recommend a different red dot scope?

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The H1 is 3.17oz and is the lightest and smallest of the bunch, its would be my pick. It would look the best on a handgun IMO, the others would appear to bulky. 
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Originally posted by SVT_Tactical SVT_Tactical wrote:

The H1 is 3.17oz and is the lightest and smallest of the bunch, its would be my pick. It would look the best on a handgun IMO, the others would appear to bulky.
Totally agree. I have an H-1 on my AR and have wanted to try it on a handgun, but my M&P is mounting challenged. I think I will get a rail and mount it on my Buck Mark to try it out.
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I had a 9000 SC on my S&W 460 and stood up well to the recoil.  Just couldn't see a dang thing at dusk thru it--could see better with my naked eye.
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Originally posted by ccoker ccoker wrote:

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http://www.tacticalgunreview.com/reviews/detail?review_id=33

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T-1 v H-1
 
Unless you use NV or need to dive to 80 feet, the H-1 will do what the T-1 will, but it will cost less.
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Originally posted by AustinN4 AustinN4 wrote:

T-1 v H-1
 
Unless you use NV or need to dive to 80 feet, the H-1 will do what the T-1 will, but it will cost less.

Good point. I have the T-1, but the H-1 will suffice. 
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