AIM Scopes and Sights
AIM Scope is a terrific
little 4x32 featuring a battery powered red/green illuminated Rapid Ranging Reticle
with Bullet Drop Compensator. It also features fiber optic pistol type backup sights on top, and
picatinny rails on each side for mounting additional accessories. If mounting on an AR15 flat-top
rifle or carbine with a fixed front AIM sight, you will want to use a riser mount under the
included picatinny mount to get the scope up to the correct height.
AIM Scope Rapid Ranging
If you are looking online for Great Deals on AIM Scopes, you will find the best Scopes and
Sights deals here. AIM Scopes are easy to use and simple to set up, and they are very
powerful. 4x32 Dual ILL. AIM
Scope w/ Fiber Optic Sight This is a terrific little 4x32 featuring a battery powered red/green illuminated Rapid Ranging
Reticle with Bullet Drop Compensator. It also features fiber optic pistol type backup sights on top, and picatinny
rails on each side for mounting additional accessories. If mounting on an AR15 flat-top rifle or carbine with a
fixed front AIM sight, you will want to use a riser mount under the included picatinny mount to get the scope up to
the correct height.
Hey everybody, what I would like to do today is talk to all
ya'll about AIM rifle scopes, that's right I am Texan which make she somewhat of an authority on all high
powered things that go boom. Let me tell something as far as scopes go AIM rifle scopes and sights are the top dogs
out there right now, and in the next few paragraphs I'm gonna do me best to tell you exactly why that is a
With AIM Scopes you have many choices.
First things first, let me enlighten you the many different available
options on high powered AIM rifle scopes. They have got tactical scopes, tactical compact scopes, red dot sights,
laser sight, dual illuminated euro style, and the list would go on and on. Pretty much if you want it, and if they
don't have it they will figure out how to make it. The people have got it going on. The reason they have it like
that is because there research and development team is comprised of avid shooters who have over a decade of
experience and would never send out an item they are not willing to put on there own weapon. They literally have
more than three hundred products out there.
I am most certain a lot of you out there are wondering exactly
what is it that makes high powered AIM rifle scopes so accurate. Well call Mr Webster cause I am fixing to lay
it on you like a freaking dictionary. It comes down to this, correction of phalanx error(changing positions of your
eye will change the point of aim of your scope),adjustment consistency; and a solid, well aligned mounting system.
That being said, you can order AIM rifle scopes with adjustable parallax to suit your needs, but seeing as most
AIM sports scopes come standard with an parallax error
set at one hundred yards, you should be nuts on as long as your not trying to be a Quigly down under. Not to
mention all mounts and rails made by AIM for AIM rifle scopes are manufactured with T6061 aircraft grade aluminum,
that just sounds sexy.
Your next question is probably along the lines of,
what makes a AIM rifle scope lens better? Well i can
answer that too, lens quality, Lens coatings, objective lens size, and know how to use the fast focus eyepiece.
Keep sending them down the pipe an I'll keep hitting home runs baby. Every single Aim rifle scope is manufactured
with etched glass, fog proof and shock proof nitrogen filled, that's what I'm talking about. Me, I generally want
the biggest dog gone lens I can get so I can allow as much light to be absorbed as possible, in turn making it
much easier to see...my friends.
Now you don't always want AIM scopes to be telescopic, in certain instances
you are going to want to use open or iron sight mount for your rifle. For example, open sights are much
better suited for some weather climates, and for when the hunt is in dense foliage. When in that
position I always prefer to use the AIM red dot sight, it's cheaply priced and does the job extremely
Even know I think my word is gospel, ( you had better believe it)
I checked around and saw what other people had to say about
AIM rifle scopes, here is just a couple reviews. John D from San Diego, CA says GREAT
sight!! I mounted this sight on my new U22 , took it ti the range and i was impressed with the overall quality and
sight picture, i love the contrast of the green dot on black/dark targets, i feel it is easier on the eyes than the
red dot. Great product at an even better price. Billy Ellis states the price is RIGHT! Excellent value, very little
difference in quality when compared to high dollar sights. BSA's sight significantly increased my target shooting
ability! Wish I would have gotten a few more…So as you can clearly see,
AIM Scopes are a great value at an awesome price.