Traded for an old Comp M2 today. This was the original “good” red dot. I believe we got them in ‘99 in memory serves. Before this one we were using Aimpoint 5000’s which worked kinda like congress. I went through a long job interview, and some real world targets (my first) with a Comp M2 so it holds a special place in my heart- along with its odd battery, sketchy on/off switch and 4MOA dot. As soon as I shitcan the covers, find a mount (calling Bobro), and refresh my time with it, look for it in upcoming classes.
All shots from standing freestyle, 10 rds in 1 min. 3 runs for each category. All three were basically the same.
I believe the Gen 4 will be more accurate in the long run. The barrel needs some more rounds to settle in- there was a couple of impact shifts. The Gen 4 shoots “easier”, better felt recoil…..stay tuned
She sank 69 years ago. For those new to here or my FB, I post every year about the Indy and her men. If you don’t know the story, educate yourself. During a recent family vaca in D.C. I was able to confirm at the WW2 Memorial that I am related to RM3 Walton Defoor, who went down with the ship. He was from the same area as me in Alabama- unbelievable.
A re-do of my .308 for some upcoming mil classes and of course for the hunting season; added a Gemtech Sandstorm (suppresses match ammo, sub sonic it needed), USO 1.8-10 with mil hashes, Streamlight TLR-1 with green beam cover, Harris Eng. bipod.