Primary Arms M4 Aimpoint Clone review

This is a discussion on Primary Arms M4 Aimpoint Clone review within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by tacman605 Great review. Pirate that is so cool building a gun rack that also serves as a deck and seating area while ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    Great review.
    Pirate that is so cool building a gun rack that also serves as a deck and seating area while you clean your guns.
    Don't ya love it when a "plan" comes together!
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    Thanks again Rollo. I swung by their store front at lunch today and picked up the M4 and their weapon light. Excellent customer service. A+



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    Quote Originally Posted by DaRedneck View Post
    Thanks again Rollo. I swung by their store front at lunch today and picked up the M4 and their weapon light. Excellent customer service. A+



    Let me know how you like it after you get some trigger time on it. I plan on picking another up when I do my AK build. I might go with a micro this time around though.
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    Rollo, at what distance was the targets in your pictures? I'm having a heck of a time getting mine sighted in at 100 yards using a 5x magnifier. I'm thinking that anything within 2 inches of the target center would be acceptable since it is a 2" MOA, but if possible I would like to get closer to bullseye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate View Post
    I have Primary Arms optics on several of my rifles.
    Full co-witness on the AR


    The Micro clone is a perfect setup on the SIG 522
    How much smaller is the view hole on the micro compared to the M3? Also what is the "bump" in the pics of the reticles the OP posted?
    I'm torn between the M3, micro, or just getting a fixed 4X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilchman View Post
    Rollo, at what distance was the targets in your pictures? I'm having a heck of a time getting mine sighted in at 100 yards using a 5x magnifier. I'm thinking that anything within 2 inches of the target center would be acceptable since it is a 2" MOA, but if possible I would like to get closer to bullseye.
    The pictures are 50 yards. I didnt have to adjust much at all to zero at 100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjsjr View Post
    How much smaller is the view hole on the micro compared to the M3? Also what is the "bump" in the pics of the reticles the OP posted?
    I'm torn between the M3, micro, or just getting a fixed 4X.
    Not sure what you mean by the bump?
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    I think he is talking about the device that projects the red dot inside the tube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    The pictures are 50 yards. I didnt have to adjust much at all to zero at 100.
    Are you able to hit bullseye at 100 yards? I always seem to be about an 1.5" off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate View Post
    I think he is talking about the device that projects the red dot inside the tube.
    I was talking about the bump inside the tube when you look through it. Refering to the reticle pics.

    ETA: but it just came in the mail after I typed this, so now I now! LOL. Damn its heavy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilchman View Post
    Are you able to hit bullseye at 100 yards? I always seem to be about an 1.5" off.
    My groups never end up being dead center target. I don't think that's the sight so much as it is my lack of rifleman skill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjsjr View Post
    I was talking about the bump inside the tube when you look through it. Refering to the reticle pics.

    ETA: but it just came in the mail after I typed this, so now I now! LOL. Damn its heavy!
    I thought it was heavy as well. It is however about the same weight as a eotech or aimpoint. I have considered picking up a micro because they weigh less but I REALLY like the 2 MOA dot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollo View Post
    My groups never end up being dead center target. I don't think that's the sight so much as it is my lack of rifleman skill.
    How about we blame it on the site and we will both feel better :)

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