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Posted: 1/2/2003 2:17:29 PM EST
What aimpoint is compatible with a nightvision monocular, and where can i get them at, and about how much do they cost? Ive got a kac ras on a bushy m4gery. Also has any one heard of OakShore electronic sights, Inc. I ve got one of their ultra dot 30mm red dot scopes, are they any good, how much do they cost, and where can i get them? Thanx Alot
Link Posted: 1/3/2003 4:50:26 AM EST
Aimpoint Comp M and Comp M2 - The M2 is the most recent version and has a much improved battery life.
Link Posted: 1/3/2003 6:19:58 AM EST
What night vision monocular are you planning on using and what mount if you dont mind my asking?
Link Posted: 1/3/2003 4:49:22 PM EST
I was looking at a GG,G cantilever aimpoint and night vision mount. As far as night vision i was thinking about the ITT night enforcer 6015 or the psv-14 from ITT. I was also looking at the AimPoint M2, but I'm not sure yet though, any comments on these. feedback apreciated, thanx and happy shooting.
Link Posted: 1/3/2003 7:40:21 PM EST
For the best real militaty mt.set up combo is the Pvs-14 mt. the military bopught from PRI and combined withe the #22M68 ring mt. from ARMS. They are both very much more rugged and military versitile mounts than what you mentioned. You would need the full spacer on the Aimoint mt. Don't mt. the monocular in alighnment with Aimpoint, make about a half inch above the Aimpoint so you get all the ambient light you can and larger field of view instead of tunnel vision and less light. Good Shootin, Jack
Link Posted: 1/3/2003 10:15:41 PM EST
thanx, 3rdtk like i said still pricing and looking around to see what there is to offer
Link Posted: 1/4/2003 9:59:22 AM EST
Also there is a adaptor that allows you to turn any day rifle scope into a NV weapons sight these might be better. (the only problem with M2's is that you will be getting a small field at 1 power and a lot of the image blocked by the housing of the M2.) as upposed to a 3power with a very similar field from your favorite riflescope. There are also IR lasers availible from savvysurvivor.com These are best for NV as you will get mobile vision (head mounted) and a sight for fireing without losing any FOV.
Link Posted: 1/4/2003 12:11:27 PM EST
Green0, Are you talking about the MonoLoc [img]http://photos.ar15.com/ImageGallery/IG_LoadImage.asp?iImageUnq=3613[/img] This is not a good option for the Aimpoint Series. Either the PRI mount or the GG&G High mount will serve you well. -Kevin
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