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    Aimpoint Micro T-2 Official Release

    Aimpoint T2 Official Release




    New sight offers additional features and enhanced performance

    Chantilly, VA – October 1, 2014 - Aimpoint, the originator and world leader in electronic red dot
    sighting technology, has announced the addition of the new Micro T-2 sight to the company’s
    professional product line. The Micro T-2 will be available for shipment in mid-October 2014, and will
    be offered alongside the company’s existing Micro T-1 product.

    Since its introduction in 2007, the Aimpoint Micro sight has become the worldwide standard for
    compact reflex sights. Law enforcement and military end users have embraced this sight for its
    compact size, durability, and extremely long battery life. Feedback received from professional end
    users identified a series of desired product enhancements that have now been added to this new
    product. These changes include: a new sight housing which allows the addition of front and rear
    protective flip covers and anti-reflective devices, additional physical protection for the sight’s
    adjustment turrets, and increased ruggedness for the sight’s internal electronic components.

    The most important development in this new sight however, is enhanced optical performance. A
    newly designed front lens, incorporating an important breakthrough in reflective lens coatings,
    provides a noticeable increase in the clarity and performance properties of the Micro T-2. This
    ensures that no matter what angle or conditions the shot presents, the user is able to get on target
    quickly and accurately.

    “Instead of merely making improvements to an existing product, our development group started with a
    completely new design” said Brian Lisankie, President of Aimpoint Inc. “in terms of the optical
    components, the Micro T-2 takes the level of performance available from a compact sight to an
    entirely new level. It also provides features and performance formerly available only in much larger
    optics.”

    The Micro T-2 can be mounted on nearly any individual weapon platform, and can be used with all
    existing mounts that fit the Micro T-1. This sight is compatible with all generations of night vision
    devices. The Micro T-2 is ideal for use with Aimpoint’s wide range of accessories including the 3X
    Magnifier, and Concealed Engagement Unit (CEU). The Micro T-2 can operate for up to five years of
    constant-on use, using just one CR-2032 battery, and is waterproof to 25 meters.
    The Micro T-2 will be available from Aimpoint dealers nationwide. For more information on Aimpoint
    or the company’s products, visit our webpage at www.aimpoint.com or contact:
    Press contact: Kristi Drawe
    Aimpoint, Inc.
    (703) 263-9795 ext 226
    Kristi.Drawe@aimpoint.com
    NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT
    October 1, 2014

    Aimpoint T-2 Product Sheet

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    I need to earn more money.
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    How about a video on your web site and or youTube demonstrating the sight picture.

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    It seems to me half the people who buy a t-1 claim the dot looks like a bowl of grapes because of their eyes. So why not put one of those focus rings on there and have the worlds best optic.

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    [QUOTE=woods;1999436one of those focus rings[/QUOTE]


    A link to this would be helpful.

    I think a lot of people think that somehow a red dot, any red dot, is some kind of precision optic. It is not. They are intended to get you on target, in the kill zone, as quickly as possible. Perforate a bad guy with an Eotech or an Aimpoint with three or four rounds to center mass and he is going to have one hell of a bad day. Period. End of story.

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    [QUOTE=woods;1999436one of those focus rings[/QUOTE]


    A link to this would be helpful.

    I think a lot of people think that somehow a red dot, any red dot, is some kind of precision optic. It is not. They are intended to get you on target, in the kill zone, as quickly as possible. Perforate a bad guy with an Eotech or an Aimpoint with three or four rounds to center mass and he is going to have one hell of a bad day. Period. End of story.

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    Another point, mount your red dot toward the front end of your rifle and the problems with the "dot" being "blurry" tend to go go away and you have much greater field of vision with both eyes open. The Aimpoint is particularly useful here.

    I put my red dots pretty far down on the rail. No worries.

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