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Thread: Aimpoint just dropped ACRO P-1 MRDS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JodyH View Post
    Larger window is nice, durability (and a sealed, enclosed emitter) is mandatory for a 24/7/365 optic IMO.
    Yup. That said, if the window screen is roughly half that of RMR, I would just stay with the irons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiro View Post
    That link (which says it is Aimpoint's page for the Acro P-1) goes to random Aimpoint products.

    Edited for clarity.
    Last edited by Drang; 06-08-2018 at 12:48 PM.
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    Here’s a picture that will probably cost me money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JodyH View Post
    Now if H&K would just release their optics ready VP9 I'd consider jumping into the "MRDS on a pistol" fray with both feet.
    Aimpoint and Trijicon are the only two companies I trust to eventually crack the MRDS durability nut, and so far Trijicon is close but not quite there (the dual illuminated is there as far as durability but 24/7 usability is poor compared to a dot).

    I bet the ACRO P-2 will be GTG.
    An optic ready 19X might be in the works.
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    It makes perfect sense that this news would drop today. Last year the RMR Type 2 dropped the day after I mounted my RMR Type 1. I ended up selling that one off to go back to irons but really missed it and just got my RMR Type 2 in the mail yesterday. I probably should have told you guys this was coming. My bad.

    That said, while it does look like it will offer some benefits over the RMR, I think the size (specifically the extra .8" of height) would cause concealment issues for me. For duty or gaming use it seems like a great new option.

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    I am going to be all over this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Dobbs View Post
    No
    Hopeful that pesky Dobbs fella will clarify things for us, that last post was way too wordy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRunner/CSAT Neighbor View Post
    Hopeful that pesky Dobbs fella will clarify things for us, that last post was way too wordy.
    Well, I mean, it’s not like that link that Tom posted above actually does all that and answer the question or anything...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drang View Post
    That link (which says it is Aimpoint's page for the Acro P-1) goes to random Aimpoint products.

    Edited for clarity.
    As YVK posted, the link has been redirected to random Aimpoint products. It was working when I posted it, apologies for not copying the info over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YVK View Post
    Yup. That said, if the window screen is roughly half that of RMR, I would just stay with the irons.
    Quote Originally Posted by CDFIII View Post
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    Here’s a picture that will probably cost me money.
    Looking at that picture, unless that is a Glock 42, it sure looks bigger than half the display size of an RMR.
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