Aimpoint Micro T-2 – 2.0 MOA Red Dot Sight – Standard Mount

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SKU: 200170 UPC: 7350004384563

Product Description

The Aimpoint® Micro T-2 red dot optic was designed for users who require an extremely rugged, lightweight, and compact sight. The Micro T-2™ has a a precise 2 MOA red dot and innovative optic lenses with cutting-edge reflective coatings. This makes the Micro T-2 match perfectly with the 3XMag-1 and 6XMag-1 magnifiers. The Micro T-2 optic features protective flip-up lens covers. The front cover is solid and rear is transparent – allowing the user to shoot with both eyes open while the lens caps are closed in an emergency situation. The sight housing is constructed of hard-anodized aluminum alloy for optimal protection of the electronic and optical components in all types of environmental conditions. Micro T-2 has an unmatched optical clarity and can withstand the physical abuse necessary for demanding end-users.


  • Ideal for rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachine guns, and handguns
  • Flip-up lens covers – front is solid, and rear is transparent – allowing the user to shoot with both eyes open and lens caps closed in an emergency situation
  • Reinforced protection of the turrets for even greater ruggedness
  • Integral Picatinny-style base allows easy attachment to any rail
  • Standard mount for Weaver / Picatinny
  • Anodized high strength aluminum housing, semi-matte black
  • Use as a standalone sight or piggybacked on larger magnifying, thermal, or night vision optics
  • NVD compatible


  • Weight: 4.6oz / 130g
  • Dot Size: 2 MOA
  • Eye Relief: Unlimited
  • Magnification: Unlimited
  • Magnification: 1x – No Magnification
  • Mount: Standard Mount for Weaver / Picatinny




Technical Information


2.0 MOA

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