Aimpoint Micro H-1 4MOA/M4 Mount Combo
Micro H-1 - Same frame, diode and finish as the T-1, these were developed as an economical choice for those who don't need, or desire the lowest settings needed for night vision equipment, or the extra waterproofing to dive down past 15ft (H-1's are still waterproof). They marry to our mounts just the same as well.
Like the Micro T-1''s, the H-1's are small enough to be used anywhere that you could put iron sights, these sights can be used on any type of firearm or archery equipment. A lightweight rifle with an Micro H-1 mounted on it remains a lightweight rifle! A hunting revolver with an Micro H-1 installed remains as easy to carry as with iron sights and is much quicker to aim. On a bow, the parallax-free Micro H-1 eliminates the need for a peep, allowing you to shoot accurately in lower light.
THIS SPECIAL PRICE COMBO DOES NOT INCLUDE THE FACTORY AIMPOINT MOUNT.
Combo comes with one of the following QD mount heights
Allows a 1/3 co-witness with the Iron Sights on M4 Carbine and AR-15 Flattop.
Provides Lower 1/3rd Co-witness with iron sights when using HK Height iron sights.
QD Mount for Aimpoint Micro Sight. Gets the Micro down low to use on Shotguns, PS90's and AK's
Allows absolute cowitness with the Iron Sights on M4 Carbine and AR-15 Flattop.
The LT-724 positions the H-1 off to the side, providing all the benefits of a red-dot simply by rotating the rifle a few degrees for rapid transition to close-range targets. The LT-724 is designed to fit on the upper receiver, in front of a Trijicon ACOG without the need for a railed handguard. However, the LT-724 is equally at-home on our freefloat handguards in combination with any scope with side turrets shallower than ½" (like Trijicon Accupoints, Burris XTR, Leupold CQ/T, Leupold Mark 4 w/ M2 turrets, etc).
Each mount comes complete with replacement mounting screws with wrench, QD adjustment wrench, vial of blue Locktite and Instructions.
Note: Unlike iron sights, on MRD such as Aimpoint, you must focus on the target, NOT the dot!
Test outdoors with both eyes open ( the dot should appear fuzzy ).