EUROSATORY 2014: AIMPOINT, the Swedish pioneer in red dot sights technology, uses this year's international land and air-land defence and security exhibition in Paris to officially premiere the upgraded Micro T-2. The new model will be available from September 2014. The manufacturer has announced that the familiar T-1 will remain on the market. Read here to find out what this new model does better
Stefan Perey / all4shooters.com
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The new AIMPOINT Micro T-2 will be here in September, while the T-1 will remain available
Since its roll-out in 2007, the AIMPOINT Micro T-1 has advanced to become the compact reflex sights of choice in law enforcement.
But what improvements does the new T-2 model have up its sleeve? A modified housing whose form provides enhanced protection to the elevation and windage knobs while also accommodating a practical hinged cap, even more rugged, internal electronics and an optical performance that has been boosted still further thanks to a new front lens and coating technology.
The completely reengineered front lens represents the most important improvement. Combined with the enhanced surface coating, it delivers a visibly greater optical clarity to the lens system.
The brand-new AIMPOINT Micro T-2 in action
The new compact red dot sight by AIMPOINT can be fitted to almost any weapon system using the Micro T-1 mounts already available on the market, and is equally compatible with practically every generation of night vision gear around today.
It goes without saying that the T-2 can be combined with the 3x magnifying module or the special 'Concealed Engagement Unit' (CEU) by AIMPOINT. The AIMPOINT Micro T-2 remains powered for five years using just one CR-2032 lithium battery and stays water proof to a depth of 25 m.
The new AIMPOINT Micro T-2 compact red dot sights
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