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Thread: Aimpoint just dropped ACRO P-1 MRDS!

  1. #1241
    Quote Originally Posted by JSGlock34 View Post
    Thatís interesting. Could you expand on this thought?
    MOS3/5 (and 4?). Basically if Glock Factory Cuts their slides for RMR, DPP, ACRO, what is the point of using plates?

    The only downside to the MOS3/5 I've seen are they don't have the Rear BUIS in front of the optic which I prefer.

  2. #1242
    https://aimpoint.us/acro-p-2-red-dot...-5-moa-200691/
    Video hasnít started, but product page is up.

  3. #1243


    You can't please everyone. It looks good but it would have been super nice if the elevation and windage adjustments were notched to accept a 9mm casing instead of the T-10 Torx.

  4. #1244
    Battery life looks to be a big improvement, but the window and body thickness looks to be the same.

  5. #1245
    Awesome! The biggest thing that held the P1 ACRO back was the short battery life. I'll definitely be replacing my ACRO with one of these, likely along with several of my RMRs if it proves reliable.

    Do they mention when it will actually be available for purchase?

  6. #1246
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    @Wayne Dobbs setting my expectations low paid off, and you were indeed correct. Cr2032 and a brighter emitter for 50,000 hours on setting 6 of 10 plus aimpoint clarity has me pretty stoked.

    @CS Tactical any idea on when youíll have some available?
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  7. #1247
    This is great news, Iím in for two as soon as I can find them in stock. Iím glad I held off on getting my slides milled. Anyone know what the best position for an ACRO direct milled onto a Glock would be e.g irons in front or behind?

  8. #1248
    If only you could get a Glock milled from the factory for this footprint now, or just a slide. Iím so ready to ditch my MOS slides/guns and screws!

  9. #1249
    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Hands View Post
    Battery life looks to be a big improvement, but the window and body thickness looks to be the same.
    The body is wider, 1.3Ē vs 1.2Ē. The volume is 6 cc, 0.366 cubic inches, greater.

    That added volume is not a surprise with a bigger battery. This does seem to solve the shortcomings of the initial product. The width will be a noticeable difference for some and not so much for others.

  10. #1250
    Is the base footprint unchanged? IE, do we know if they will work with existing Tango Down or CHPWS plates?

    Quote Originally Posted by Archer1440 View Post
    The body is wider, 1.3Ē vs 1.2Ē. The volume is 6 cc, 0.366 cubic inches, greater.

    That added volume is not a surprise with a bigger battery. This does seem to solve the shortcomings of the initial product. The width will be a noticeable difference for some and not so much for others.

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