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Old 02-09-2014, 07:13 PM   #1
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Looks like I'm getting a aim point pro reddot...so not really worried on saving a couple of bucks..who has the best service and backs there products..thanks cory..
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Old 02-09-2014, 09:38 PM   #2
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Check slickguns.com for about a week. Eventually you'll find it for 350-375 with shipping. I would imagine Aimpoint is the warranty you need to worry about, not the store you order it from. Aimpoint should be good on Customer Service. But I'm guessing you've never owned one, because they don't fail! Haha, I have one and that thing is a tank
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Keep looking and waiting on PSA. They often have deal on it.
If you can't wait, for $408 shipped Aimsurplus has in stock and free shipping with code "facebook".

http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.aspx?item=XAP12841&name=Aimpoint+PRO+Patro l+Rifle+Optic+Red+Dot+Sight&groupid=84
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thanks..seems like 408 is going price...fine with that,,,,does anyone deal with planet optic...how is there customer service..??
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I just bought mine from AIM Surplus. It was $379 w free shipping using the promo code GUNDEALS. The website shows free shipping on the pro's all the time, no code necessary.
PSA just had a deal on the Pro but I'm not sure how cheap it was. You have to add it to the shopping cart and use the promo code PRO to get the price. I think that special is over for the moment.



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Just make sure you buy from a reputable dealer , so many fakes out there and some look and are marked identical to the real thing , stay away from ebay and amazon.
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