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    Aimpoint PRO

    Since my last post looking for info on the Leupold Freedom RDS mostly came up dry, I've begun to think maybe a Aimpoint PRO might be the way to go. The Aimpoint seems to get good reviews but finding a good deal on one is tough, So where does one look to get that deal of a life time that you heard was last week? Fixed incomes SUCK!
    Thanks, 5shank

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    Buy from Geissele, you get the sight with their mount for the same price as a OEM Pro with their mount - which isn't bad, but the big arse knob is annoying.

    https://geissele.com/aimpointr-pro-b...mount-841.html
    - Rhino

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    Doesn't look like a bad deal and I agree on the knob, Sure would be fun talking to the guy that thought that one up!

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    $400 shipped at Brownells with Coupon Code "PKA"

    https://www.brownells.com/optics-mou...prod54099.aspx

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    Watch the EE on this site. Youll come across some hard to beat deals, if patient.

    If I were looking for a new red dot and mount myself, though, Id probably do this:

    https://www.larue.com/products/triji...d-mount-combo/

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    Keep them coming boy's, I need a deal that even SS can pay for!

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    Unless you really want a 30mm RDS, I'd go with a Sig Romeo 5 or whatever it's called. I truly like that RDS over the PRO I had.

    And they're usually like $150.
    "You people have too much time on your hands." - scottryan

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    How's the Sig Romeo 5 holding up? Would you trust it in a fight?

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    I have Aimpoint T1, PRO, & CompM2. I also have Bushnell TRS25 & Sig Romeo5. The rifles set up for Zombies & whatnot have Aimpoint or Trijicon....the lower end blasters get the inexpensive ones. Not overly hard on them, but haven't broken a TRS25 or Romeo5 yet. I kind of like how the Romeo5 is "always on" if you want it that way. For $120 incl mount it's a fine budget optic IMO.

    FWIW I have 3 Romeo 5's installed but none have seen a lot more than generic range trips or ~800-1,000 rds each at most. None older than ~18 months. Some general handling bumps in/out of safe, in/out of bags & vehicles, mild bumps like falling over, but no severe trauma to any. With that basic kind of use, they're holding up well, working, maintaining zero. I wouldn't go as far as to say "as good as...." but nothing wrong with them

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Unless you really want a 30mm RDS, I'd go with a Sig Romeo 5 or whatever it's called. I truly like that RDS over the PRO I had.

    And they're usually like $150.
    Better than that:
    https://palmettostatearmory.com/sig-...ck-r52001.html

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