Aimpoint CompM3 Red Dot Sight 30mm Tube 1x 4 MOA Dot Matte

Product #: 598635 Aimpoint #: 11403 UPC #: 7350004381128
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Used by the United States Military, the Aimpoint CompM3 is built for extreme conditions. They have a special hard-anodized surface, rubber armoring and are waterproof to a depth of 75 ft. Sights run on a 3 volt lithium battery (included) for up to 40,000 hours of useable runtime. Ring sold separately. Covered by a 10-year factory warranty.

Technical Information

System: Passive red dot collimator reflex sight
Magnification: None
Eye Relief: Unlimited
> Optical Coating: Anti-reflex
Battery Type: (1) 3V lithium, 2L76 or DL1/3N
Battery Life: 50,000 hours
Activation: 10 position rheostat, 4 night vision device compatable settings, 5 daylight settings and one "extra bright" setting
Tube Material: Extruded aluminum
Finish: Hard anodized, rubber coated matte black
Adjustment: 1 click = 1/2" @ 100 yards
Length: 5.1"
Width: 2.2"
Height: 2.2"
Ring Size: 30mm
Weight: 7.8 oz
Temperature Range: -50 to 160° F
Water Resistance: To a depth of 135 feet
Warranty: 2 year professional/competition use, 10 year personal use, limited to original purchaser.

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