First Look: Aimpoint Launches New U.S. Web Store

posted on August 9, 2020
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Aimpoint has a well-regarded reputation for manufacturing some of the best reflex sights in the industry. The Swedish-based company has recently introduced a new web store that gives consumers the opportunity to engage with Aimpoint and purchase the company's products directly. 

Likewise, the new web store allows U.S. customers access to the full line of Aimpoint red-dot reflex sights, parts, accessories, and magnifiers, as well as gear with Aimpoint logo or branding. The store will feature exclusive product packages and configurations available only when purchased directly. Please note the new address of the Aimpoint webstore:

For those who served in the U.S. military, law enforcement, EMTs, firefighters, private security, or members of the state, local, or federal government, the new web store will provide access to exclusive discount codes on a select group of Aimpoint products. More information about the web store or Law Enforcement/Military Discount Program can be found on the Aimpoint website.


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