The CompXD sight was mostly used on pistols by IPSC shooters.
More and more armies showed interest in Aimpoint sights and to meet their demands on LED intensity and battery life the so-called XD diode was developed. The new diode increased the intensity by three times and the battery life by five times and was introduced.
At this time Aimpoint introduced its 10 years of warranty on all XD sights.
Discontinued January 2001 Launched 1999
Reflex collimator sight - red dot sight
LED (Light Emitting Diode) totally eye-safe
Red dot size in MOA (minute of angle):
3 or 7 or 10 *
Absence of parallax - No centering required
Night vision compatibility:
Anti-reflex coating all surfaces & multi-layer coating objective lens:
No magnification (1X)
One 3V Lithium battery, type 2L76 or DL1/3N
Battery life in hours:
Dot intensity adjustment:
Manual rotary switch
Daylight (DL) settings:
1 Off & 9 DL
Black or Blue or Silver
Adjustment 1 click:
15mm at 100m, (1/2” at 100yds)
1 Ring, ø 30mm, (ø 1.18”)
-30° - +60°C, (-20° - +140°F)
Water resistance - submersible to:
Radioactive components used:
* 1 MOA ˜ 30 mm at 100 meters ˜ 1" at 100 yards.
** depending on brightness setting.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.