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[Discussion] Aimpoint's Duty RDS and CompM4s: The New Standard in FBI Tactical Equipment

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A Significant Endorsement for Aimpoint

Aimpoint, renowned for its red dot sighting technology, has recently garnered a significant endorsement from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The FBI has selected two models of Aimpoint's red dot sights for its Red Dot Sights and Mounts Program. This decision comes after rigorous testing of various competitive optics, highlighting Aimpoint's quality and performance in the field.

Contract Details and Sight Specifications

Aimpoint has been awarded two separate contracts by the FBI, reflecting the high regard for their products. The compact Duty RDS™ sight has secured a five-year contract worth up to $7 million, while the larger CompM4s sight has been awarded a $4 million contract. These contracts underscore Aimpoint's excellence in providing reliable and efficient sighting solutions.

The Duty RDS is designed for the demanding requirements of law enforcement officers. It features a robust pressure-forged aluminum alloy housing, intuitive adjustments for windage and elevation, and digital intensity controls for optimal operation in various conditions, including while wearing gloves. The sight offers a 30,000-hour battery life on a single CR2032 battery, a 2 MOA red dot, and compatibility with all night vision device generations. Its waterproof design and one-piece torsion nut mount compatible with MIL-STD-1913 picatinny rails make it a versatile choice for field operations.

The CompM4s, trusted by top-tier professionals and classified as the M68CCO (Close Combat Optic) by the U.S. Army and Air Force, offers extended battery life of over 80,000 hours on a single AA battery. This model is also known for its reliability in night vision settings, offering more than 500,000 hours of operation.

Aimpoint's Legacy and Global Trust

Aimpoint's selection by the FBI adds to the company's long-standing reputation as a leader in reflex sight technology. With over 45 years of experience, Aimpoint has established itself as a preferred choice for military and law enforcement agencies worldwide, known for its high-quality products and exceptional technical support. This recent endorsement by the FBI not only reaffirms Aimpoint's status in the optics industry but also sets a high standard for future developments in sighting technology.

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