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  • mogobodo

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    Anyone own a trijicon accupoint 1-6 was looking for some sfp lpvo that was lightweight to put on the saint edge. Was seeing if these were worthwhile as I don't think I could afford the vcog and I thought a 1-8 was a bit too heavy for my purposes? Not opposed to it though. Just wanted to stay to a lightweight fighting rifle philosophy. Or anyone out there with other options that are good? Was considering the 1-8 swamp fox arrowhead sfp or the new vortex 1-8 strike eagle ffp, or a primary arms 1-6 glx sfp. My lpvo experience is limited as I've mostly used acogs and aimpoints.

    Any input would be great.
     

    andre3k

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    I have to agree on the RT-6, it's a great LPVO. I have started purchasing Burris optics for most of my new builds. The price, glass quality, QC, warranty are all good.

    Sent from my SM-A135U1 using Tapatalk
     

    zackmars

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    Anyone own a trijicon accupoint 1-6 was looking for some sfp lpvo that was lightweight to put on the saint edge. Was seeing if these were worthwhile as I don't think I could afford the vcog and I thought a 1-8 was a bit too heavy for my purposes? Not opposed to it though. Just wanted to stay to a lightweight fighting rifle philosophy. Or anyone out there with other options that are good? Was considering the 1-8 swamp fox arrowhead sfp or the new vortex 1-8 strike eagle ffp, or a primary arms 1-6 glx sfp. My lpvo experience is limited as I've mostly used acogs and aimpoints.

    Any input would be great.

    Accupoints are very good optics


    The lower magnification you stick with on an LPVO, the better an optic will be
     

    mogobodo

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    Hood review of the RT6 here

    This guy is awesome, thanks. Ive been watching alot of his reviews, he definitely reviews alot of different scopes, and highlights the weakpoint. The price I've been finding the RT-6 at is close to the swampfox arrowheads, he speaks highly of both scopes. I was surprised to see that a special forces group took out the 1-10 arrowheads on a deployment.
     

    pronstar

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    This guy is awesome, thanks. Ive been watching alot of his reviews, he definitely reviews alot of different scopes, and highlights the weakpoint. The price I've been finding the RT-6 at is close to the swampfox arrowheads, he speaks highly of both scopes. I was surprised to see that a special forces group took out the 1-10 arrowheads on a deployment.
    Yeah he’s a really good reviewer.
    Completely different from other reviewers, methinks.

    If you have something he hasn’t reviewed yet, if you send to him he will review it and get it back to you…good way of supporting the community.

    I bought (traded for it actually) the Zeiss Conquest 1-6 from him that he reviewed, and let him borrow an Aero mount to review.
     

    mogobodo

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    Yeah he’s a really good reviewer.
    Completely different from other reviewers, methinks.

    If you have something he hasn’t reviewed yet, if you send to him he will review it and get it back to you…good way of supporting the community.

    I bought (traded for it actually) the Zeiss Conquest 1-6 from him that he reviewed, and let him borrow an Aero mount to review.

    I was kinda thinking about that actually, I wanted to lend him something if he hasn't gotten around to it yet, especially if I end up getting something new. I notice he lives in New York somewhere and I feel bad for those of us who haven't wised up and still live behind enemy lines. I laugh how and wonder how he hasn't run into anyone in the laundry room of his building. :P
     

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