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    good red dot or scope under 300$?

    I built my first AR a couple of weeks ago and I've been looking for a good optic to replace the tasco red dot i got for 20$.

    I ether want to get a red dot or a 1-4x scope with a lighted reticle.

    I know 300$ isn't a lot to work with but I really don't have to much money for this. I still need to buy a flash hider and rear sight ($180).

    Anyone have any suggestions?

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    you can find used aimpoints for significantly less than 3, if you's look around. ebay from a highly rated seller, the EE here and on TOS, gunbroker, etc.

    a buddy picked up a used m4 for like $300 at a local pawn shop... apparently they didn't do their homework. i am jealous, and like him less now.

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    Try the C-More Railway I think they are like $250-300 and I hear they are pretty nice
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    i bought an Aimpoint M3 for $275.00 on the Equipment Exchange here at M4C... you just have to be patient and check each day, with money at the ready.

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    I want to stay away from used stuff, I don't want to end up taking a chance if it will hold up or not.

    That C-more looks like what I have been looking for.
    I prefer reflex over normal red dots too.

    Thanks this is probably what i will end up getting unless i find something better.

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    ack... why pay hundreds of dollars for something that's notorious sucky when another $60-70 can get you something professional grade, break-proof, and with a constant-on battery life of 50,000 hours at daylight intensity? NEW.

    personally, knowing aimpoints, i'd take a beat to shit used M2 over a brand new c-more.

    and reflex and red-dot are one in the same.
    Last edited by bkb0000; 08-28-10 at 00:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by v0dka View Post
    I want to stay away from used stuff, I don't want to end up taking a chance if it will hold up or not.
    With an Aimpoint you shouldn't have any issues as they are basically bomb proof. If something does go wrong their customer service should take care of it. For a few $ more you shouldn't have any issues finding a lightly used C3 or ML2 (some excellent deals currently in the EE).

    Buy once cry once as you will be glad you did in the long run.

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