The Aimpoint Pro Tactical Scope is a reliable scope designed for rapid target engagement and maximum performance in a variety of environments. 10 brightness settings, four of which are NVD-compatible, provide clear aim in all light conditions, while a 2 MOA red dot reticle provides a precise point of aim across all distances. The mount included with the Aimpoint Pro features a QRP2 rail-grabber that securely mounts to a Picatinny rail and comes with a removable spacer for use on firearms with a low line of sight. Recessed lens openings on this Aimpoint Pro red dot scope protect the lenses against scratches, fingerprints, and impact. Built with durable and waterproof aluminum housing, the Aimpoint Pro Tactical Scope performs in every pursuit with enhanced speed-on-target.
Fast target acquisition
10 brightness settings—6 daylight and 4 NVD
Anti-reflex coating increases light transmission
Modular mount for use on flat-top ARs and rifles
2 MOA red dot offers accurate aim at all distances
Durable and waterproof hard-coat aluminum housing
Operating Principle: Reflex Collimator sight with LED
Compatible with all generations of night vision devices
QRP2 rail-grabber mount offers secure rail attachment
Recessed lens openings protect against impact and scratches
QRP2 mount for M1913 standard Picatinny rail, and spacer for AR 15/M4
Removable spacer for use on shotguns and firearms with a low line of sight
Model #: 12841
Length: 4.5 in.
Weight: 7.8 oz.
Tube Diameter: 30 mm
Objective Lens: 38 mm
Optical Magnification: 1x
Clear Aperture: 23 mm (0.9 in.)
Eye Relief: Unlimited
Aiming Dot Size: 2 MOA
Adjustment Click Value: 1/2 MOA
Adjustment Range: +/-2 yds at 100 yds
Battery Life: Up to 3-years
Housing Finish and Color: Matte black
Housing Material: High strength aluminum
Surface Treatment: Hard anodized, matte
Battery: 3V Lithium battery, 2L76 or DL1/3N
Dot Intensity Adjustment: Manual rotary switch. Visible against a background luminance of 0.1 to 55,000 1x
I ordered the pro and a Trijicon MRO. I ended up taking the mro back it was to much of a fish eyed view with both eyes open. The aimpoint is far clearer. I also put them both on table to look for parallax shift the aimpoint was also the winner there. So far it seems to hold zero good but I haven’t done a lot of shooting yet.
After lots of research I bought this and an Eotech XPS2 to compare. Returned this and kept the Eotech. I really don't understand why everyone raves about Aimpoint. It was insanely bulky, even with both eyes open it was noticeably irritating. The glass has a very noticeable green/blue-ish tint. When zeroing the adjustments seem loose and flimsy... hard to tell when you've moved it 1 click. It sounds like the battery life and durability is supposed to be off the charts so if those are your top priority then maybe its worth it? It certainly seemed well built. If you really want a red dot I imagine a sig sauer or holosun would be a better value than this thing... but I didn't try those so i'm not sure. Loved the Eotech though, I would suggest going with that over this unless you really need something bombproof with a 10 year battery life.
I chose this over a holographic Eotech specifically due to the always-on feature, the included riser for AR frontsights, and the indestructible build + lens-caps. It looks great, too. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.