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New for 2021: Aimpoint Comp M5B Compensating Red Dot Sight

Everything we love about Aimpoint optics, with even more capabilities.

The Aimpoint CompM5b is a ballistic compensating red dot optic which allows the user to quickly adjust the position of the two MOA red dot based on target distance and wind conditions.

Previously only available for professional uses, the Aimpoint CompM5b is now open commercially for hunters and shooters.

In the above video as part of the SHOT Show New Product Premiere, Aimpoint’s Andrea Cerwinske and Thane Smith talks with Guns & Ammo's Joe Kurtenbach about what CompM5b users might expect.



Aimpoint CompM5b Features

  • Ballistic and Wind Compensation
  • Advanced Optical Lenses
  • 2 MOA Red Dot
  • 10 Intensity Settings
  • Available in two configurations: 30mm Optical Axis, 39mm Optical Axis
  • Ballistic Profiles Included: .223 Remington, .308 Winchester
  • All Standard Rifle Calibers Available
  • Extremely rugged
  • Constructed from 7075 Hard-Anodized Aluminum
  • Submersible up to 150 feet
  • -50 to 160 Degrees Fahrenheit Functional Temp

Precision

  • 5.56x45 NATO: 6 setting, 100 meter increments out to 600 meters
  • 7.62x51 NATO: 8 setting, 100 meter increments out to 800 meters
  • .300 BLK: 2 settings, suppressed supersonic and suppressed subsonic with 100-meter zero
  • Customizable turrets available

For more information, please visit: aimpoint.us


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