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    Default What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    So I have sold off my Eotech 557 and going to give the Aimpoint Micro H1 a try. I have money in hand and going to order tonight if I can make up my mind about the mount. Just trying to decide on whether to get the lower 1/3 or absolute co witness I have troy flip sights on this rifle.

    The mounts I where looking at where made by Larue Tactical. Going to order from them unless anyone has a better site with them for less.

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    Default Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    Everything I have ever bought from Larue has been top notch and the customer service is the best! Not to mention the free prizes that come in every box.

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    Default Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    For the smaller windowed optics lower 1/3 is generally preferred to keep the view a little cleaner.
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    Default Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    Guys on the internet like the lower 1/3 because guys on the internet like the lower 1/3

    In my experiance in the smaller windowed optic if you need to go to irons you view is too cramped in the bottom of that tiny window. I speculate that in some cases your cutting off some of the rear peep windows view and thus your eye cannot center properly and naturally.

    I use a Larue Absolute cowitness with a fixed front and flip up rear with my H-1.

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    Default Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    If you use the Diamondhead or diamond shaped Troy rear sight you can cut off a portion of the window as well.
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    Default Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    Check out Primary Arms website. I just ordered a T1 from them and not only was the price great, they offer a couple discounted "package" deals with most sights. For instance, I got an Ultimak for $70 I think with the T1, and they have options to include risers and magnifiers.

    http://primaryarms.com/product.sc?pr...categoryId=422

    EDIT: Check this link, prices and options are very good.
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    Thumbs up Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    I run an ADM co-witness mount with my T-1 and Troy BUIS. It's been veddy, veddy, good to me.

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    Default Re: What Mount for a Aimpoint H1

    Thanks guys Just placed my order for a H1 with LaRue Absolute mount from LaRue will post a pic of my rifle with the new addition when it arrives

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