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  • Aimpoint Comp ML2

    Anyone have one of these on their duty rifle? I'm particularly interested in anyone using the gooseneck mount off a A2-style AR15.

    <a href="http://www.swfa.com/riflescopes/aimpoint/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.swfa.com/riflescopes/aimpoint/index.html</a>

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Bonk, I don't have one on my duty rifle but I just bought a Comp M2 for my M-1A and I love the thing. Aiming is fast and effortless
    "I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion and the international Communist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids." -General Jack D. Ripper, Commanding General, Burpleson Air Force Base

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    • #3
      I watched the intro on the website (http://www.aimpoint.com) and was hooked. I've played with cheaper red dots on my .22, but want something that can satnd up to harder use.

      Have you tried any longer shots with it? A sniper scope it isn't, but I'd be interested to see how it behaves in the 200 yard range.

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      • #4
        Bonk, I'm going tomorrow to sight it in so I'll let you know. The Comp M2 and ML2 are 4MOA dots. So the dot itself covers 4 inches at 100 yards. So at 200 yards the dot covers 8 inches. If sighted in perfectly the rounds will fall somewhere within that 8 inch circle. Because it's 4MOA I don't think the effective range will be beyond 200 yards, but it should be acceptable to that distance.

        The Comp M2-2X and ML2-2X (BTW, the ML2 is the same as the M2, only without the night vision compatablility) are two power scopes and they are 2MOA, instead of 4 MOA. So the Dot will cover 8 inches at 400 yards instead of 200. This, plus the 2 power, makes it better for ranges. I sold my M2-2X though. I felt the main advantage of the Comp M2 was being able to shoot quickly with both eyes open. With the M2-2X you can't shoot with both eyes open ('cause of the magnification). So it's only saving grace IMHO is the 2MOA and longer range capability. But if an accurate magnification scope that is durable is what you need, the M2-2X would be a poor substitute compared to an ACOG. Because of these reasons I sold my 2X and went with the regular M2.

        I'm very happy with my Comp M2 though, it's solid and seems to be able to stand up to hard conditions. I'll let you know how it works after tomorrow
        "I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion and the international Communist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids." -General Jack D. Ripper, Commanding General, Burpleson Air Force Base

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        • #5


          I just got back from shooting. The Comp M2 consistently shot 4 inch groups at 100 yards and even at that distance, aiming was a snap. I didn't try 200 yards, but there is a metal gong at 300 yards (Probably 12 inch diameter) and the aimpoint scored more hits than misses. I think it would be usable for man sized targets at 300 yards. 200 shouldn't be a question. Hope this helps.
          "I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion and the international Communist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids." -General Jack D. Ripper, Commanding General, Burpleson Air Force Base

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          • #6
            Bonk, I have one with a Cantilever mount.
            It is excellent same batteries for the last 18 months.
            The aimpoint has been whacked a few times real good.it makes for an interesting emergency impact tool. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" />
            Boo! Scared ya did'nt I

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            • #7
              'Bwana, you using the Aimpoint mount or another variant like the ARMS? I'm leaning towards the Aimpoint, but have heard several people with high opinions of the ARMS (more expensive though).

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              • #8
                Right now it is in a GG&G cantalever mount. It puts it up high enough for the ITT monocular to be used behind it.
                The GG&G along with the ARMS mounts are first rate kit and give excellent service during hard use.
                Boo! Scared ya did'nt I

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