aimpoint

aimpoint

1. A precise point associated with a target and assigned for a specific weapon impact to achieve the intended objective and level of destruction. May be defined descriptively (e.g., vent in center of roof), by grid reference, or geolocation.
2. A prominent radar-significant feature, for example a tip of land, or bridge, used to assist an aircrew in navigating and delivering their weapons (usually in bad weather and/or at night). Also called offset aimpoint (OAP). See also desired mean point of impact; desired point of impact.
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His MultiMount is a slick rail-mount for the Aimpoint CompM4 and the Aimpoint 3X Magnifier--one compact mounting solution which retains both optics securely, and allows for rapid attachment or removal of the magnifier with highly precise return to zero.
Anytime I sell an AR-15, I recommend the customer explore an Aimpoint as an optic option, and most of the time, he ends up buying one.
Red-dot sights have proliferated since the first Aimpoint issued from Sweden decades ago.
A 2,000-pound class weapon with a penetrator/blast fragmentation warhead, JASSM cruises autonomously in adverse weather, day or night, using a state-of-the-art infrared seeker in addition to the anti-jam GPS to find a specific target aimpoint.
Companies who supported the event were: Crimson Trace, Hornady, Leupold, Smith & Wesson, Surefire, Yamaha Outdoors, Remington, DPMS, Springfield Armory, Para Ordinance, LaserMax, CorBon, Aimpoint, Glock, USA Shooting Team, Savage and Tactical Rifles.
Aimpoint has launched a new website, offering users more features and information.
The original was probably the Swedish Aimpoint, still one of the best, but there is now a tremendous array of them, with offerings from most scope companies.
The missile was launched with a low trajectory suitable for a military operation in urban terrain scenario and struck the target board precisely designated by the laser aimpoint.
Through a series of consultations with Aimpoint dealers, shooting industry writers, and consumer focus groups regarding the features of the Micro series, it was determined the bright blue finish on the Micro H-1 sight needed to be changed to a non-reflective enhanced finish.
Other major contributors involved in the National Family Day were Cor-Bon, Colt, XS Sights, Aimpoint, Savage, SIG SAUER, LaRue Tactical, Remington and Flip 'n Targets.