John Nolan: It lasts five years of constant on on setting 8
45glockguy: those magpul sights are known to warping and melting because they are plastic. get the troy industries flip up sights
WHRLee: Very perspective review! Can you please do a review on the vortexfire micro RDS?
chanderson1: hi, it's a spike's tactical enhanced rifle
TheWms007: what rifle do you have the T1 mounted on? Is that a LaRue PredatOBR?
arman clark: mmk :D
Nicholas Burlile: I like 1/3 because the sights will still line up when you look through your irons, but your view through the red dot isn't obstructed by your front sight post if you have fixed sights. If you have flip-ups, it's a matter of personal preference and figuring out what fits better for you.
Yamaha Tenere: Thanks for this info, very helpful.
chanderson1: Chris, I think the T-1 has more of a subdued or matte finish while the H-1 has a more of a shiny finish. The only reason I know this is that the shop near me has both on display. The H-1 just seemed a bit more shiny.
Chris Davis: Finish on the t1 and h1 are identical
chanderson1: Just personal preference. I like to have the majority of the optic free of clutter.
InlandEmpireDudes: Why'ed you go with 1/3 co-witness? I'm still debating vs absolute.
InlandEmpireDudes: The H-1 is "waterproof," but that doesn't mean diveable. The T-1 is diveable to a certain depth.
DIESELPOWERSTROKE: I HAVE THE SAME SET UP AND LOVE IT.
Terry Hammons: "... ,ok"
Guam .Guy: 10 thru 12 are for gunfighters stationed on the surface of the sun.
Chris Fiore: I got the exact same optic and mount and LOVE it. I almost went Aimpoint PRO but after seeing Micro, I went Micro all the way. For any dudes contemplating PRO vs. Micro or Comp M4 vs Micro, GO Micro, you will not be dissatisfied.