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Discussion in 'Optics' started by ussoldier1984, Oct 23, 2016.
EOTech is not worth it, but Aimpoint is.
Have you considered the Mepro 21m? It's a good compromise between holosight and RDO. Having owned various eotech, aimpoint and trijicon sights, I'd go mepro over all of them for a quick target acquisition sight.... and no batteries to worry about.
Mine are great though I like Aimpoint better.
Just a subjective personal thing I think.
Have seen some beat-to-hell GI carry-back CompM2s and CompM4s that seem to work like new.
The way most of our civilian optics get coddled and protected I’d say it’s just personal preferance.
I find them worth it just the smaller one just easier to adjust when placing other Assessories around the top railings
Some in this thread might be interested in Vortex's new holographic offering:
Meet the Razor® AMG® UH-1, affectionately known in-house as “Huey.” The UH-1 is a completely new force in weapon-mounted holographic technology, and you’re the first to see it. Inside its durable aluminum chassis, the UH-1 features rugged internals with fewer moving parts than traditional holographic sights, all equating to maximum durability. One CR123A battery powers the sight, with the option of running rechargeable LFP 123A’s, which can be recharged using the on-board, waterproof, micro-USB port. Lastly, because the shooter is the only one who should be able to see the New EBR-CQB reticle, the entire system has been engineered to virtually eliminate all traces of forward signature, unlike any other red dot or holographic sights on the market.
I'm interested in seeing how much that Huey is going to cost. And you can't beat Vortex's warranty.
More info and lots of discussion here: http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?190914-Vortex-s-new-Holographic-Sight-Razor-AMG-UH-1
500$ seems a tad bit pricey for that Huey.