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Thread: Anyone running an Aridus CROM with H2?

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    Anyone running an Aridus CROM with H2?

    I got my 1301 CROM and mounted it, however the rear lens hood of my H2 contacts the CROM where the rear aperture is held. I was already a little bummed about having to remove the lens covers, but I can’t tell if I stacked the rear screws out on the lens hood or the correct mating services. I put a bright light behind where the lens hood and CROM are making contact and there is no visible light between them. Am I just a victim of tolorence stacking? Anyone else running this combo and can verify if you see a gap?

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    Not surprised, I had to remove the iO cover from my T-1 to install on my CROM.

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    Contacted Aridus a week ago from their “Contact Us” tab and used their form with it stating the message was sent. Crickets so far…. Will give them a call Monday.

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    It states right on Aridus's page for the Aimpoint Micro CROM, "Covers must be removed to work with the H2/T2."

    I had to remove the covers on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle5 View Post
    It states right on Aridus's page for the Aimpoint Micro CROM, "Covers must be removed to work with the H2/T2."

    I had to remove the covers on mine.
    Covers are removed, but thanks.

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    Have some dialog going back and forth with Aridus since Monday now. So far just requests for pictures.

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