Aimpoint T-2 Micro Red Dot Review (HD) Video

Aimpoint T-2 Micro Red Dot Review (HD) Video

Welcome back, everybody Today we’re going over the Aimpoint T-2 optic. The T-2 is the successor to the Aimpoint T-1. Now, I’ve reviewed the T-1 here previously and I made the bold statement that the T1 is the best red dot optic on planet Earth. There are several reasons for that. The T-1 as well as the T-2, really are just bomb proof. If you guys watched Larry Vickers’ torture test where they blew that thing up. They dropped it, they buried it, they did all kinds of stuff to it and the optic just kept ticking. I mean, it

Aimpoint T-1 versus T-2 Comparison and Review Video

Aimpoint T-1 versus T-2 Comparison and Review Video

For years, the Aimpoint T1 has been the gold-standard of red-dot sights. When I first got wind of the T2 in the works, I was curious. They sure look a lot alike. The similarities between the T1 and the T2 are obvious. What about the differences? What makes the Aimpoint T2 unique? The T2 comes with see-through flip covers attached, extending the length 6 millimeters over the T1. Most people would never even notice, but if you use a magnifier, you’ll note that in order to flip the covers open you’ll need more space between the magnifier and the optic.

Building an Aimpoint Part 3: Finishing Touches Video

Building an Aimpoint Pt. 3: Finishing Touches Video

All right, bro. It’s been 20 minutes, right? Yep. Let’s check it out. Take a look. Looks good Excellent. We know now, this portion will hold pressure. Or, will not allow water in. Exactly All right. Next step. We’re going to go to the polishing. Okay. Off we go … One thing I asked him, if they put nitrogen in the sight. That’s one of the reasons we’re in this clean-room is the atmosphere in here is so clean they don’t have to do that. They cycle the air, process it, and keep the humidity at the exact perfect level

Building an Aimpoint Part 2: The Red Dot Video

Building an Aimpoint Part 2: The Red Dot Video

Okay, Day 2, back here at the Aimpoint factory. Today I’m going to finish my patrol rifle optic and then test-fire it at their indoor test range. I’ve been a big fan of Aimpoint for years. We wanted to come over to see how they were made. A very unexpected surprise when we got here, unbeknownst to me, I had the very rare honor of being able to build my own Aimpoint. It’s actually much more difficult than I would have thought. There’s things that you would think that would be easy about assembling it. And there’s other things that

Building an Aimpoint Part 1: The Parts Video

Building an Aimpoint Part 1: The Parts Video

What’s up next is I’m getting ready to assemble my own Aimpoint Pro. I guess it’s kind of tradition that when you work at Aimpoint, which I’m not an employee, but they are sponsoring the show, you have to build your own Aimpoint site. I have to get in a complete blue suit with the hair net and the whole nine yards, in the clean room, should be really cool. You want gravy with your meatloaf. He’s in the process of bringing parts from where they’re taking out of inventory, cleaned and sanitized and then they’re brought through into the clean room,

How to Zero Your Aimpoint Video

How to Zero Your Aimpoint Video

Aimpoint sells red dot sights to customers all over the world, not only US Army, but also people in the Middle East and even here in Europe. Eric is going to take us through the factory recommended procedure on zeroing an Aimpoint. Eric, if you’d take it away. I use this type of zeroing target because I think it’s easy. It’s easy for the customer to use. What we have here is one circle in the center. There you should aim. You should put red up in there. That is the only time when I will tell you to, but

Behind the Scenes at Aimpoint Factory in Sweden Video

Behind the Scenes at Aimpoint Factory in Sweden Video

All right, gang, Tac TV is going international. We’re at the Aimpoint headquarters in Malmo, Sweden. They were even nice enough to put an American flag up. We’ve been looking forward to this trip for a long time. I’m going to meet up with my friend, Lennart Ljungfelt, who’s the President of AimPoint, and we go back many years. We’ve really been looking forward to this visit. I guarantee that you’re going to dig it too. I’m here with Lennart Ljungfelt who’s the President with Aimpoint, and matter of fact, we go way back. We’ve kind of known each other

Aimpoint PRO – Perhaps Best $400 You Can Spend On An Optic Video

Aimpoint PRO - Perhaps Best $400 You Can Spend On An Optic Video

One of the most difficult things for me when it comes to firearms is choosing the correct optic. In front of me we have an Aimpoint PRO or patrol rifle optic. It’s just a red-dot sight, no fancy reticle, with a 2MOA (minute of angle) dot. The MSRP is about $460, but you can generally find them for $380 to $400 if you look around a little bit. As far as the power source, it’s a very, very small DL13N three volt battery with a runtime of 30,000 hours or more on seven out of ten on the brightness setting.

Aimpoint PRO – Best Self-Defense Optic Video

Aimpoint PRO - Best Self-Defense Optic Video

Aimpoint PRO. The Aimpoint PRO was designed for law enforcement use. The PRO – P-R-O – actually stands for Patrol Riffle Optic. So what does that really mean? I think that that it means is that Aimpoint must have really focused on three primary criteria when designing this sight. This is what I would have focused on if I were designing a sight for law enforcement use. Number one: effective and efficient. It had to be a sight that could be used in an emergency, and it had to be reliable and accurate. Number two: durable and simple. Professionals in

The Aimpoint Carbine Optic – The Tier 1 Entry Level Optic Video

The Aimpoint Carbine Optic - The Tier 1 Entry Level Optic Video

So Aimpoint has a new entry-level red dot optic and they’re calling it the carbine optic. They’re touting the carbine optic as a whole new optic geared toward the recreational shooter who also wants a gun that can double as a home defense rifle. However, if you ask me, the Aimpoint Carbine Optic is the Aimpoint Pro’s identical but Amish brother, who’s learned to live with less. That what may be a $50 savings cost overall over the beloved Aimpoint Pro, is the Carbine Optic worth the loss in features? Let’s talk about what’s the same. It’s the same .30