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EOtech RUH ROH

Post by blueorison » 30 Sep 2015, 15:51

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RUH ROH

I guess that ends the EOtech vs Aimpoint debate.
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Re: EOtech RUH ROH

Post by DoubleJ » 01 Oct 2015, 15:17

Interesting. I'll have to play with mine some this winter and see what happens. My XPS2 is on the house gun, so a 4MOA shift is still only like a half inch, and with the big glass, I really don't think there's anything faster at that range other than a shotgun. The TLR2G underneath is a pretty good backup as well.

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Re: EOtech RUH ROH

Post by blueorison » 01 Oct 2015, 17:09

Double;

Yeah, this doesn't change anything much, for me. I an EXPS3-2 and a 2-2. Still going to use them. No one else has a 1MOA unless you count Trijicon's RMR, which is a useless, overpriced optic for my use-case.

If I need a hunting/more serious rifle application, I'll go with the Aimpoint (the new one).
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Re: EOtech RUH ROH

Post by MikeSantor » 02 Oct 2015, 08:56

What is that EXPS sitting on blue?

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Re: EOtech RUH ROH

Post by Vortec MAX » 02 Oct 2015, 13:58

DoubleJ wrote:Interesting. I'll have to play with mine some this winter and see what happens. My XPS2 is on the house gun, so a 4MOA shift is still only like a half inch, and with the big glass, I really don't think there's anything faster at that range other than a shotgun. The TLR2G underneath is a pretty good backup as well.
A 4MOA shift is only a half inch... at 12.5 yards.

I have used an old AA battery EOTech on my AR for years without any issues. But I usually go out in a pretty narrow temperature range too. Mine has been very accurate and has held a zero exceptionally well. My wife's AR has an EXPS3-2 with a G33 magnifier. It has been a nice setup, but it seems to eat batteries when it sits for some reason. Maybe I have been getting crappy batteries. Not sure.

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Post by blueorison » 02 Oct 2015, 17:01

MikeSantor wrote:What is that EXPS sitting on blue?

One on a rifle, the other, loaned out to a friend... I needa get it back and sell it, probs. I have no use for it. It's an XPS-2 with the 65MOA and dot. I got it on a trade.

I only shoot Limited Div in 3G when I do actually shoot 3G and not pistol only...
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Re: EOtech RUH ROH

Post by jmz5 » 03 Oct 2015, 04:48

I have an eotech, it sits on my dresser because it weighs as much as the rifle I had it on. I do like the reticle though.
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