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Anybody got any intel on the Aimpoint T1??
 
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 All I can say is that that is a fair heap of money for a non-magnifying optical device!  I'd sure like to check one out sometime, though!

BTW- Welcome back, Mark.  Place ain't the same without you, even for a few days!
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Originally posted by RONK RONK wrote:

 All I can say is that that is a fair heap of money for a non-magnifying optical device!  I'd sure like to check one out sometime, though!

BTW- Welcome back, Mark.  Place ain't the same without you, even for a few days!
 
Thanks, Brother. Good to be back.
 
 
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4 moa dot so it is definately for close range under 200 yds because it would cover 8 inches at 200 yds and out past that it would be  close to useless.  It would be great to ride piggy back over a high power scope or for use on a pistol. The comp M4 that I have is a tad large for the piggyback application but works well.  I seem to bounce it around from one rifle to another  right now its on a CAR 15 (Comp M4 is a 2moa dot so good out to about 400 yds). I also have another aimpoint that is a 9000L and is 4moa which has landed on a slug gun.   With a 4moa dot I wasnt really happy with it on a rifle, if I was only shooting under 100 yds it would be fine and acceptable to 200 yds .
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  • Matte
  • 4 MOA Dot
  • 30mm
  • Night Vision Compatible
  • Picatinny Mount Included
  • Submersible to 80 feet
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  • Ideal for rifles, carbines, shotguns, sub-machine guns and handguns.
  • 1X (non-magnifying) parallax free optic
  • Compatible with all generations of Night Vision Devices (except for 11911 & 11910)
  • 6 night vision compatible settings and 7 daylight settings (Daylight settings only on 11911 & 11910) - one extra bright for use with laser protection glasses or in bright desert sunlight.
  • Integral Weaver-Style Mount (Models 11911 & 11910) / Picatinny-Style Mount (Model 11830) allows easy attachment to any rail.
  • Patent pending ount is keyed to the sight body to absorb recoil.
  • New ACET technology allows 50,000 hours (over 5 years) of constant operation.
  • 4 MOA Dot.
  • Hard anodized non-reflective finish.
  • Subersible from 15 to 80 feet (depending on model).
  • Precision adjustment for windage and elevation. Top of protective caps fits into holes on adjustment screws - no other tool required.
  • Use as a stand alone sight or "piggybacked" on larger magnifying, thermal or night vision optics (11830 model only)
  • Unlimited field of view.
  • Parallax-free and unlimited eye relief.
  • Unaffected by extreme weather condtions.
  • Rugged, durable construction.
  • No hazardous materials.
  • No laser emission that could be harmful to your eyes.
  • Mechanical switch for speed and reliability.
  • Reduced training time and ammunition consumption.
  • Increased aiming confidence.
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