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Aimpoint Acro P-2 Red-Dot Optic: Improved LED, Constant-On Power

The Aimpoint Acro P-2 is a next-generation red-dot sight that incorporates an improved LED emitter coupled with a higher capacity battery to provide up to an astonishing five years of constant-on power.

Aimpoint Acro P-2 Red-Dot Optic: Improved LED, Constant-On Power

Aimpoint Acro P-2 Red-Dot Optic (photo courtesy of Aimpoint)

Designed to endure the intense G-forces generated by semi-automatic pistol slides, the Aimpoint ACRO series was the first pistol sight to offer a fully enclosed optical channel to protect the LED emitter. Built to exceed the requirements of the user, the Acro P-2 has been tested and proven to withstand the extreme shock, vibration, temperatures, and material stresses generated by firing over 20,000 rounds of .40 S&W ammunition.

Aimpoint Acro P-2 Red-Dot Optic
(Photo courtesy of Aimpoint)

The new high-efficiency LED emitter provides a bright, crisp 3.5 MOA dot. Protective clear front and rear glass lenses guard the advanced reflective lens system. The new digital intensity adjustment keypad provides a more distinct tactile feel when adjusting the dot intensity, and these controls are now placed next to the battery compartment to help protect the power adjustments against unintentional changes. The recessed edges of the housing at the front and rear of the sight allow for additional flip-up lens covers when mounted on a rifle or shotgun.

Aimpoint Acro P-2 Red-Dot Optic
(Photo courtesy of Aimpoint)

“Aimpoint engineers more than tripled the Acro P-2’s battery life and managed to fit a larger battery into the sight while keeping it accessible to the user and maintaining the exact same compact footprint as the Acro P-1, a daunting task that only our engineers could achieve,” said Erik Jeppsson, Sales & Marketing Director for Aimpoint AB.

Aimpoint Acro P-2 Red-Dot Optic
(Photo courtesy of Aimpoint)

Primarily designed for use on handguns, the Acro P-2 can also be mounted on carbines, shotguns and rifles or utilized as a backup sight on magnified scopes and thermal imagers. The versatile optic is night vision compatible and is the ultimate solution for extremely low-profile, compact sighting needs.


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