(TacticalNews.com) – It looks bulky enough for gun lovers to consistently make fun of it, but is the ACRO P-1 sight really a joke, or is it a problem solver? We’ve got the answer, but you can see the details in the video.
In this particular review, comparisons are made between the popular Trijicon RMR and the newly marketed Aimpoint ACRO P-1. In the video, you can clearly see the advantage the ACRO P-1 has over most other red dot sights, and it’s not one you would think of until it’s too late. We won’t spoil the surprise, but we will tell you that the very design that gets made fun of is the source of it’s advantage.
Submersible to 82 ft. with a 3.5 MOA Dot, night vision, recessed brightness buttons, the ability to perform under temperatures of -49 to 160 degrees, an aluminum body, and a battery that lasts a year under typical settings, we give the Aimpoint ACRO P-1 a 9/10. The loss of a point is due to the insignificant clicking that makes adjustments just a bit more difficult.
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