Mounting

Do I need to use locking glue on the 4 screws of the mount when I attach the mount to the Micro sight?

Generally the Micro sights are delivered with an integrated standard mount, and in this case the sight is ready to be mounted on the weapon rail.

In case the standard mount is not already attached to the sight, then the following applies:

For Micro H-1/T-1:  Use locking glue of type Loctite on the 4 screws of the mount when tightening the mount to the sight. 

For Micro H-2/T-2:  Do NOT use locking glue on the 4 screws of the mount when tightening the mount to the sight.

For detailed information about the mounting procedure, please read chapter V in the user’s manuals of the Micro H-1/T-1  and Micro H-2/T-2 sights.  

I have a Micro H-1 or H-2, I would like to mount it on semi-automatic shotgun with an 11mm dove tail rail. Do you have a mount for this?

Aimpoint can offer the 11mm Dovetail mount and/or Micro mount for semi-automatic shotguns. There are other mount manufacturers that make the most commonly used mounts for the Micro product line.

What do I need to mount one of your sights on my firearm?

Aimpoint® sights can be mounted on virtually any firearm. For the models which don't have an incorporated mount, you will need 1 or 2 rings to perform the mounting on the weapon. The rings have a diameter of 30mm or 34 mm. We recommend a gunsmith to mount the sight on the weapon if the weapon does not already carry a Weaver or Picatinny rail.

If the rail is not mounted properly, you will encounter zeroing problems. Please check the following page for further information about the subject: Mounting the sight.

Will Aimpoint® sights handle the unique recoil generated by a spring piston airgun?

Only products currently manufactured and older 7000 series Aimpoint® sights should be mounted on this type of airgun. Older products should not be used.

To see our discountinued products, please go to Discontinued sights.