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pagj17 09-29-2012 03:21 AM

aimpoint PRO or Vortex Sparc.
 
Alright, So I already ruled out EoTechs, because I've read about the battery cases being a weakpoint, and until I get my astigmatism corrected, the reticle wrecks havoc and all.
I know the two are very different, except for Dot size. I wanted smaller than the 4 moa due to wanting a zero to 300yd rifle. Ironsights are magpul buis.
So do y'all need more infor, or is there enough for a recommendation? Btw one biiiiiig winning point for the PRO is that it'll live so very long:)

SSGN_Doc 09-29-2012 03:37 AM

Go for the PRO.

JonM 09-29-2012 03:44 AM

Aimpoint. The sparc is great but the aimpoint is better. Mainly because of battery life. No red dot will beat iron sights for accuracy and not all buis are good at precise shooting.

The best rear ive come across in a folding style is the matech. A good round .050 nm front post in most front sights is awesome when combined with a matech rear for buis.

CHLChris 09-29-2012 05:00 AM

How can you compare the two? If you have the money and are willing to shell it out, always go for the Aimpoint. I don't, though, and that's why a Sparc is on my to-buy list.

So I will have to actually turn mine on before taking out a zombie...big deal.

pagj17 09-29-2012 08:37 AM

Welllll you guys do rock:p I think the only reason I was considering the sparc is it was a week less of waiting.

pagj17 09-29-2012 08:58 AM

Oh and the weight savings

Rhino24 09-29-2012 12:48 PM

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I have the Vortex Sparc and it is good at 50 and ok at 100 yards If want to be on bullseye get a Nikon 223 3-9 x 40mm Scope. 100 to 300 yards easy. That's why I have 2 uppers.

locutus 09-29-2012 03:25 PM

Get the Aimpoint. You'll be glad you did.

A scope will give you more precision, but at the cost of greatly reduced speed.

So you have to decide if you want precision or speed.

(The only way that I've found to get both is the Trijicon ACOG, and it's more than twice the cost of the Aimpoint.)

pagj17 09-29-2012 05:39 PM

Acog won't work, despite how much I want it, because I use 2 forms of ammo, hpr 75gr hollows and 60gr softpoints, and the acof is calibrated for ss109.

purehavoc 09-29-2012 10:42 PM

There really 2 completely different sights . If moneys not a issue aim point all the way. If moneys tight or u got other stuff u would like to add go vortex. They both have great warranties and great customer service


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