What battery does a CCO take?

What battery does a CCO take?

Further, the Sight allows for unlimited eye-relief and is compatible with 1st , 2nd and 3rd generation night vision devices. The CompM4 Sight is using a AA size battery, which together with the ex- tremely low power consumption gives an unequalled battery life.

What CCO does the army use?

M68 Close Combat Optic
The CompM2 is a battery-powered, non-magnifying red dot type of reflex sight for firearms manufactured by Aimpoint AB. It was first introduced in the U.S. Armed Forces in 2000, designated as the M68 Close Combat Optic (M68 CCO; NSN: 1240-01-411-1265).

What is a CCO optic?

Mission: Provides the Soldier armed with an M16 Rifle or M4 Carbine with a robust precision electronic optical red dot sight for use with both eyes open to improve Soldier effectiveness.

Where does CCO go on M4?

M68 CCO should be placed on the rail where the best field of view is achieved. The farther away the M68 is mounted from the Paratrooper’s eyes, the more the Paratrooper’s Peripheral vision comes to play.

Where is Aimpoint made?

All Aimpoint sights are manufactured in Sweden so beware of sights and packages from China or Hong Kong. The sight shall never have solar cells. Non-transparent flip-up lens covers shall have the Aimpoint logo molded into the front.

What is a reflex rifle sight?

A reflector sight or reflex sight is an optical sight that allows the user to look through a partially reflecting glass element and see an illuminated projection of an aiming point or some other image superimposed on the field of view.

What red dot does military use?

Aimpoint® Comp
The Aimpoint® Comp series of sights are soldier-tested, combat-proven, and widely touted by professional users as the highest quality red dot optic available. For over 20 years, the U.S. Armed Forces has chosen the Comp series as the M68CCO Close Combat Optic.

When zeroing the M68 CCO Where should the point of impact be in relation to the point of aim?

When zeroing the M68, CCO at 25 meters, a designated impact zone must be identified on the 25-meter zero target. Starting from center mass of the 300-meter silhouette on the 25-meter zero target, count down 2 1/2 squares and make a mark. This is now the point of impact.

Can you use your own optics in the army?

Unless prohibited by the unit commander, you can also buy your own optic and attach it to your M4.

Are Aimpoint made in China?

All Aimpoint sights are manufactured in Sweden so beware of sights and packages from China or Hong Kong.

Which is better Aimpoint or EOTech?

If you want a lighter optic, Aimpoint is almost always the way to go. For shooters that have astigmatisms in either of their eyes, EOTech will work better in their favor. For magnifier usage, Aimpoint has a 3X and 6X option. EOTech has a 3X and 5X option for their magnifiers.

Which is better reflex or red dot?

A true red dot sight is a reflex sight enclosed in a tube. Open sights are better for faster target acquisition and are more comfortable for aiming with both eyes open. Some shooters find that tube sights are generally more accurate than reflex sights at 50 yards and over.