Aimpoint Acro P-1 Awarded Guns & Ammo Optic of the Year

 

 

 

 

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Las Vegas, Nevada – Guns & Ammo Magazine has honored the Aimpoint Acro P-1 with their Optic of The Year Award for 2019. The award was recently presented at the Aimpoint booth during the 2020 SHOT Show. Following the award, Aimpoint debuted a video starring Larry Vickers that showed the Acro P-1 withstanding an impressive series of physical tests including being dragged behind a vehicle, dropped repeatedly on concrete, and surviving explosive blasts.

With its fully enclosed optical channel and sealed electronics, the Acro P-1 has raised the performance of pistol sights to an entirely new level. The Acro P-1 has been repeatedly proven to stand up to the elevated levels of shock and vibration generated by over 20,000 rounds of .40S&W ammunition operating flawlessly under challenging environmental conditions.

“The Acro P-1 is highly versatile in its applications and offers unmatched endurance for a miniature red dot sight” said Eric Poole, Editor of Guns & Ammo. “This innovative optic will ensure that Aimpoint continues to remain the manufacturer that sets the standard among electronic reflex sights and has fully earned the distinction of Guns & Ammo 2019 Optic of the Year.”

About Aimpoint

Aimpoint produces a complete line of high-quality red dot reflex sights for use by military, law enforcement, hunters, and sport shooters worldwide. The company also produces advanced electronic fire control systems for use on crew-served military weapons. For more information on Aimpoint products, please visit the company’s webpage: www.aimpoint.us.

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