Aimpoint CompM2 Red-Dot
Perfect for your M4A1 or Mk18 clone build. Charlie's has acquired a number of new, used and refurbished Comp M2 red-dots.
This item is well worn, rating C to C- with signs of wear. There are surface scratches and minor 'dings' in the finish. There is some scratching on the occur glass, which looks to be the result of wiping with a dirty cloth. It does not affect the vision through the lens, but you can see if you hold a light at an angle. This item does not include the mount or any shades or kill-flash. Some of these are sold separately. Charlie's recommends the Wilcox mount.
First introduced in 2000, nearly 300,000 CompM2 sights are now in use by many Armed Forces including elite Special Forces worldwide.
The CompM2, also known as the M68/CCO (when used by U.S. forces), is the standard sight for the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, and the armed forces of many NATO countries.
The CompM2 is ready for use around the clock due to its compatibility with all generations of night vision devices (NVD)
When the CompM2 was released, it became the benchmark against which all other combat optics are measured. While primarily utilized by armed forces, the CompM2 is also available to hunters and sport shooters who want a professional-grade sight.
Holds up under the roughest physical handling and can withstand the most severe weather conditions and temperatures
Completely submersible and will withstand pressures up to 2.5 atmospheres allowing it to be taken up to 80 feet (25 meters) under water.
UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE COMPM2
- Compatible with every generation of NVD
- CET technology allows up to 10,000 hours of daytime operation on one battery
- 100,000 hours of use on NVD setting
- Unequalled light transmission
- Submersible to 80 feet (25 meters)
- Standard CQB sight for Special Forces worldwide
- CompM2 – M68/CCO is the standard sight for the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force
Discontinued January 2012
Also, for those looking for a new optic, the Aimpoint PRO has a very similar signature, and is great for a new optic replacing the CompM2