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Anyone here own one of these, and care to comment on it? How do you think it compares to the Aimpoint Comp M?
 

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Rosco,

Thanks for that link, very enlightening.

In not so many words, the reviwer basically said the C-More is welllll...JUNK :wink: It also looks to be more expensive than the Comp M2. Pretty much makes it a no-brainer.
In point of fact, it sounds like the C-More isn't even click adjustible for windage and elevation :roll:
 

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The C-More is hard to zero and once done doesn't always keep. If you want something similar and lower profile and lower weight I suggest going with the OKO sight.

You can check out a review here:

http://communities.msn.com/TheMarylandA ... ntryid=172

Between the C-More and the Aimpoint, I'd take the Aimpoint. I have the OKO and I like it.
 

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On 2001-08-30 10:05, Rosco Benson wrote:
There is a good comparison/review of the commonly encountered combat optics...including both the C-More and the Aimpoint...over at http://www.snipercountry.com

Look for the "In Review" section.

Reportedly, the C-More is a bit fragile. Pat Rogers (USMC, NYCPD, Gunsite instructor) is impressed with the Aimpoint Comp M2. Pat is not easily impressed.

Rosco
I tested a C-More along with a Colt Tactical Carbine several years ago. The C-More fell off the shelf in my vault and shattered the glass lens. I would trust an Aimpoint any day. Just look at who is using them..... SOCOM etc. Much more rugged, the lens is better protected, and more adaptable.

Rob
 
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