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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Alright,
I purchased a Aimpoint ML2 last week for my RRA. I bought the ML2 because I did not want to use night vision. Well, I noticed that it takes about four clicks of the dial to see the red dot. So I got to thinking. I grabbed my NVG's and guess what I can see the red dot (and beyond very clearly) on all three clicks . When it goes to the fourth click (when I can see it) It washes out. Whats going on?? Is this a huge scam with the M2?? Trying to get $50 bucks extra or what?? This just doesn't make much sense? Night vision is night vision correct?? regardless I am Happy as hell that it works!!:cool: Also, even in pitch black it take four clicks to see the red dot and I am positive that its a ML2
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
All this "night vision capable" stuff is the bull**** way of saying this Aimpoint has some extra brightness levels below what you could see without night vision.
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
My non-night vision Bushnell Holosight will do the same thing, even with fresh batteries:D
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
As stated, the only differences between the M2 and the ML2 are an extra couple of brightness settings that are too dim to be seen without night vision, and some kind of coating on the lenses that is supposed to aid with NV use (not sure what the hell it could do, but whatever).
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
Okay,
So why does mine have those settings on it?
It doesn't. EVERY ML2 can be used with nightvision. There's no magic as to what can be seen by NV. All it is is light amplification. You could conceivably put night vision behind any red dot sight and it would work.
 
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