Aimpoint CompM5 Review

In the 2017 London Defence and Security Equipment International Show, Aimpoint declared the official launch of its CompM5 red dot optics, adding to the firm’s already remarkable and combat proven line of sight. The Aimpoint Comp Series has been established since the global standard for grade reflex sights for more than 20 decades, Aimpoint AB President Lennart Ljungfelt explained. The brand new sight that is CompM5 offers professional end users the same levels of functionality provided by our full sights in a more streamlined optic. This brand new product saves weight and size for the operator, without a sacrifice in functionality.

The CompM5 optic was initially intended for contract use, and samples of the optics have been seen in mission use around the planet before its official opening in DSEI. The optic is ensured as contract optics, so commercial sales will take place just as contract obligations and production levels allow. The Aimpoint CompM5 is the most compact optics ever offered in the firm’s Comp line of red dot sights. The red dot weighs in at only 5.19 oz and is assembled with a military grade lens system which allows for optimal light transmission, in addition to improved transparency of the red dot.

The mind is parallax free under most operational scenarios, and the enhanced comprehension of the red dot signifies that the system works nicely with red polka dot magnifiers available on the market. Among the stand out features of the sight that is CompM5, that is new is the optic is powered by one, commonly available AAA battery. The energy system has been developed to streamline logistics for operational customers since AAA batteries are in abundant supply all around the world and are not as poisonous to ship and store as used lithium batteries. Even with this particular rechargeable battery powered system, the CompM5 boasts a battery life of more than five decades of constant use on a middle range level seven atmosphere. The Aimpoint CompM5 red dot can be used with all the generations of night vision equipment and the provider’s line of dot magnifiers. The sight is water-proof and may be submerged to a depth of up to 150 ft.