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Aimpoint Micro T-2 with Picatinny / Weaver mount

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Aimpoint Micro T-2 with Picatinny / Weaver mount Details

Aimpoint Micro T-2 with Picatinny / Weaver mount
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Aimpoint Micro T-2 with Picatinny / Weaver mount Specifications

Made inSweden
In production since-
Warranty2 years
Temperature range- 45°C / + 71°C
Power SupplyNo
Battery life.0
Filled with Nitrogen
Lens coating Fully Multicoated
Integrated mount typePicatinny, Weaver
Mount length.0mm
Window sizeN/A
Dot Sight TypeNo
Tube diameter 36 mm
Adjustment per click 14mm/100m - 1/2MOA
Windage (mrad). 0
Reticle position 1. focal plane - FFP
Reticle illumination Yes
Illumination color Red
Daytime-usable illumination -
Auto Turn-Off No
Dot size.2.2507
Adjustable intensityN/A
Parallax setting Parallax free
Waterproof Yes
Fogproof Yes
Mount rail Yes


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good without magnifier By
Here are pictures I took via 2nd gen Burris AR Tripler, mounted behind my newly bought Aimpoint T2, with various brightness settings (I cropped each image for clarity):
Magnified red dot is dividing to one big and two small dots below.
Sight is still usable, but such quality error is annoying, especially compared to the price I paid.
Sorry Aimpoint, I expected more. I'll stay with my Eotech XPS2 for >200m distance shooting, even knowing its thermal drift problem.

(Posted on 21/11/2016)

The best just got better By
Being a long-time T-1 user and fanboy, I decided to try the -2 version for my new SIG SG 553 build, and did not regret it a single second.

As compared to the T-1, the main change is optics clarity. There is a *very* significant difference in light transmission and resolution.
The projection system has also been improved; the dot stays sharp even at very close ranges.
The rest is more or less cosmetic: the top cover is now protected by the scope body, and proper lens caps now come standard.

Overall, it is still easily the best compact reddot scope on the market. The difference between T-1 and T-2 is well worth the money.

(Posted on 22/04/2016)

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