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Thread: Aimpoint Micro-T1 Bling

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    Default Aimpoint Micro-T1 Bling

    KAC has a nice replacement for the factory battery cover, the advantages being no special non-marring tool is necessary to remove the cover if you desire to maintain its showroom finish and it holds an extra battery.

    It has the O-ring and nicely proportioned knurls to get a good fingertip purchase on the cover for removal / installation and easier to manipulate the intensity settings when wearing gloves; it has the same cap height profile as the factory cover, although the its hard to tell by the photo; it is also designed with enough internal cap space to accommodate storing a spare battery for 100,000 hours of activity capability (~10 yrs); it comes with an internal rubber washer that fills the gap if you choose not to store a second battery; .......will make a nice Holiday stocking stuffer for yourself.




    Last edited by benelliwerkes; 12-06-2013 at 08:35 PM.

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    Those are pretty cool. I was thinking about getting one for the T1 I have on my Noveske. Hadn't occurred to me in quite some time though as I have yet to have to change the battery!
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    Sweet little gizmo. Sold out on the KAC site.
    I checked around and if Weapon Outfitters inventory system is accurate they have around 10 in stock as of this post.
    I've never shopped there so anyone with experience can weigh in. I may transact there if I can't find it elsewhere.

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    I was aware of these but unaware of all the features. Thanks BW!

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    Just be sure to put in the extra battery in with the proper orientation or you can have problems. It comes with a warning if memory serves. I also wrap the spare in Saran wrap. The O-ring in lieu of the battery has a history to shutting down the red dot on an AR-15 due to recoil. I can only imagine the issue on a 12 gauge.
    As has been noted, it takes awhile to need to change a battery in the T-1 so I don't think I'd buy another one. I picked up a third T-1 recently and didn't even bother to see if I could find one. It also comes with the typical ridiculous KAC pricing -- $37.44 for a cap to solve a nonexistent problem.
    Last edited by BigHat; 12-08-2013 at 11:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigHat View Post
    . . . . It also comes with the typical ridiculous KAC pricing -- $37.44 for a cap to solve a nonexistent problem.
    But, but, but, but, it's KAC!

    Oh yeah, I forgot. I have them on most of my t1's. Funny thing. I've yet to replace a battery on any of them. After several years for some of them. I'm not one to change them all out on Jan 1, my birthday, or whatever, so it is nice to have a replacement at hand when one does go down. As long as the replacement is still good after those years of just sitting in there.
    Last edited by truckcop; 12-08-2013 at 01:18 PM.

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