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Sight CompM2 Red Dot Aimpoint 1X 4MOA M68/CCO 30mm Tube Flip Lens Covers No Rings

10336 COMPM2
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The Ultimate in weapons sight for quick acquisition, parallax free with unlimited eye relief, large size aiming dot for close quarter combat, matte black finish, submersible, complete with flip up lens covers, rugged, super extended battery life and more than 500,000 units in use by US Armed Forces sums up the reasons we recommend these state of the art optical Red Dot sights.

CET Low battery drain technology allows you to get 10,000 hours of on power, this is two years of constant power on! Submersible to 80 feet, adjustable red dot brightness levels with six settings for daylight, four night visions settings, and one extra bright, four Minute of Angle (MOA) dot for quick target acquisition is compatible with night vision, includes 3-volt 2L76 battery, rings are not included but accepts any 30mm rings. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"I personally have this scope on my Stag Arms AR15 and love it. I switch it between many of my rifles includung a Ruger 10/22, a .308 Rem 700, and any other gun with with a rail. It can take a hell of a beating and wont quit in you. And if you or a freind leaves it on, no problem, because this can stay on for a year. And the best part is, you don't have to center the dot. It's like a lazer pointer that only you can see. Just put the dot on the target and shoot! You wont regret it."
5.0 5
"I picked up one of these while waiting on my backordered Trijicon RX30 to arrive. I am very pleased with this optic. I have always preferred the no batteries/no switches ACOG style dot sights, but I figured I could live with the 10,000 hour battery life of this unit. It is a very robust, well thought-out aiming device that goes nicely on my Robinson."
5.0 5
"After buying several other optics for my M4 and getting junk, I forked over the money to buy this Aimpoint Optic and I will never go back to any other optic. If you don't want to spend $1000 to $1500 for an ACOG, this Aimpoint Optic is the second best choice on the market today!"
3.0 5
"This is a nice red dot, I do like it, but I originally had a Bushnell 1x28 red dot sight with the 4 reticles on an Aimpoint style mount on my M&P 15. I liked the Bushnell sight, it held zero just fine and I\uFFFDve even dropped it a few times and it still held zero just fine. I\uFFFDve also been out in the pouring rain and the Bushnell still worked like a charm. I kept reading how superior the Aimpoint and Eotech red dots were and of course I always want top of the line so I sold my Bushnell and bought the Aimpoint M2. My thought for this high price this thing better be good. My first impressions when I opened the box were that it didn\uFFFDt seem built better than my Bushnell just the same. I used it at the range and yes it does hold zero very well and I shoot nice tight groups at 100yds. But I shot tight groups at 100yds with my Bushnell. The bottom line is this, I don\uFFFDt plan on free diving with my rifle in 80 ft. of water and I really don\uFFFDt care which optic still works if I drop them both off the empire state building. I wish I would have not sold the Bushnell that I paid $90 for and saved my money. I\uFFFDm sure if I was in Iraq in the desert I would want to have the best optic tax payer money can buy if my life is on the line, but a Bushnell will work just fine if my neighborhood ever gets invaded by terrorist! I gave it 3 bullets just because of the price."
5.0 5
"Awsome scope. Easy to zero in and stays that way."
5.0 5
"Pro's: Simple Controls, Long Battery Life. Con's: Battery Type is rare."