I bought this with a rifle some time ago and I don't think I will ever come to use it much. It would be ideal for someone who does a bit of driven shooting or even for very close up woodland work. I have often thought to use it for that but have never quite got round to it.
The sight is quite old but still works ok. I have used it a few times on the range.
Mounting is integral and is for a weaver / piccatinny rail.
The sight has a few marks and chips on the finish but nothing serious considering its age and the electronic system to adjust the brightness of the dot in comparison to the outside light level works properly.
I have the rubber lens covers and a heap of batteries for it that can go with it. Batteries are a slightly odd size but available on the internet.
The Aimpoint website still gives information and a set of instructions: http://www.aimpoint.com/products/dis...469ec2d4a1a9ct
£150 plus p&p at a Royal Mail service of your choice.