Discussion in 'On Topic' started by LancerV, Mar 11, 2009.
Besides like the Micro T-1?
There basic M68 is the same tube size, just a little bit longer
You get more tacticool points for Aimpoints. Aimpoints battery will last a bit longer and is built more durable. Will that matter for most people? No.
Im thinking about getting two for my 22lr's about the same price as clones 115 from SOG
ultradot makes a very good tube sight. It is the choice of bullseye shooters because you can adjust the size of the dot. Because of this I think it would be really good on a rifle.
The T1 just doesn't make sense to me on a AR. You need a really tall mount to get it to eye level. At that point it would make more sense to run a bigger tube to get a bigger FOV. I guess people are more concerned about the T! sexy on a AR than the practicality. T1 guys ibbutthurt. I do think the T1 is awesome on handguns, strait stock shotguns, and strait stock rifles. Just not on AR's
A ultradot on a larue mount I think would be pretty awesome.
like keesh said aimpoints are incredibly robust and have good battery life.
its not like you're going to be squinting through the tube. with both eyes open it's a floating dot.
Yes on the short range targets your going to be shooting two eyes open and see the dot float kind of like a occluded eye sight. Where it maybe more of a issue is the intermediate range where you close or squint one eye. I'm guessing that enough people work around it so whatever. For a primary optic on top of a AR I would want a big tube.
to each their own.
came in to say this. Ultra dot makes a fine laser sight.