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Old 05-14-2010, 05:52 PM   #11
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I am leaning toward an H-1 Aimpoint for my M-4! (The 517 Eotech may also find its way on the shorty) ..................Thanks, W.T.
We do have the Aimpoint Micro H-1 in stock with free shipping (ships within 24 hours). You can see it here:

Aimpoint Micro H-1

It shows a picture of "just the H-1 on a Rock River Arms rifle", and it shows a picture of "the H-1 and the Larue" mount. You can add the mount by choosing the checkbox option that says: LaRue Quick Release Raised Mount (11465)

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Old 05-14-2010, 05:54 PM   #12
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Wow, didn't know it was that affordable. I saw the outrageous monthly fee that another "popular" forum wanted me to pay to be a "member" and decided to go in stealth on all the forums.

I got the subscription, thanks for the heads up!

Ok, I'm legit now.....lol

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A brand new Supporting Member? Now I really want some real special FTF forum optical tactical gear discounts...and that INTRODUCTION, Matt!

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Old 05-14-2010, 06:10 PM   #13
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strictly a red dot (Bushnell - Trophy 1 x 32mm MP Red Dot, Matte [730132P]) but is feature rich and inexpensive. Here's one on my Benelli MR-1 (the rifle that IMHO in many ways, is superior to the 50 year old AR system).
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I run an aimpoint T-1..... basically the same as the H-1.. tough as nails. I have a compm2, m4s, and an eotech 512.... but the aimpoint micro's (H-1 and T-1) are sweet. I just can't take the thing off....

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While I really wanted to get a T-1 or H-1 I really didn't have the cash to spring for one.
I ended up getting a Vortex SPARC mini red dot a few weeks ago for $199 including mounts.
While the battery life is measured in months instead of years like the Aimpoints, the batteries are cheap, it's waterproof/shockproof and seems like its a very well made lower cost option.
I am very impressed with it so far, but only time will tell if I need to test Vortex's lifetime warranty

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