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Just got my MPX finally and flipping the aimpoint coin. I have an 8 inch barrel and no suppressor

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Which Aimpoint should I put on my MPX?

Choices:
PRO
Micro T2
Micro H1

 
 
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If you are "ever" going to use Night Vision or NODS...... T2. If Not..... H1.

What ever you do..... Aimpoint.

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While I was guns ho on the full size Comp M4 when I first started out, I can now see the advantages of a smaller optic. So I would go for either Micro.
 
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RMR


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If you can afford it, the H1 is the my choice. Especially on an 8" SBR or pistol w/ brace, which would benefit from a light and low-profile optic.

Otherwise, the PRO is ~80% as good at ~50% the cost. I love my Micros, but the PRO is the best value in red dot optics.

Only get the T2 if you definitely need an optic that's night-vision compatible. (I don't.)
 
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RMR

I'll second that though I do like Aimpoint units. On an ADM QD absolute cowitness mount, one of those Cabela's RMR specials has been working great on my MPX. Either way, great choices to sight a MPX. Certainly more tried and true than the MIC Holosun lookalike Romeo4 that I had been using.
 
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Originally posted by WARPIG602:
RMR

I'll second that though I do like Aimpoint units. On an ADM QD absolute cowitness mount, one of those Cabela's RMR specials has been working great on my MPX. Either way, great choices to sight a MPX. Certainly more tried and true than the MIC Holosun lookalike Romeo4 that I had been using.


Waiting on Scalarwokrs to release their absolute mount, until then the MI isnt bad.


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Should have clarified, SBR with keymod stock, not pistol.
 
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From Larue, bundled with a mount, the difference between an H2 and T2 is about $50. There's no reason to go with the H2 over the T2 when they're that close in price. I wouldn't use a T1 due to the 4MOA dot vs 2 MOA on the T2 at this point.
 
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From Larue, bundled with a mount, the difference between an H2 and T2 is about $50. There's no reason to go with the H2 over the T2 when they're that close in price.


The OP is talking about the H1, not the H2. The difference in price between the H1 and T2 is more significant. (~$130 from Larue; ~$150 elsewhere.)

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I wouldn't use a T1 due to the 4MOA dot vs 2 MOA on the T2 at this point.


Both the H1 and T1 are available with a 2 MOA dot.
 
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Basically the choice between the Micros and Pro comes down to price vs. size/weight.
 
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Leaning light with the micros...now down to the difference between H1 and T2
 
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RMR


This is what I put on mine.
 
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MRO on ADM absolute co-witness
 
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Mine went from an H-1 to a T-2 to an RMR. RMR is the "right size" for me in my 4.5" SBR MPX. Micros weren't bad though. The PRO would be too big IMHO.




 
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While I know you specified Aimpoint, and they are a first rate optic. I can totally endorse the Trijicon MRO. It's about $200 cheaper than the Aimpoint and in my experience, just as tough, and with a bigger objective.
 
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