New Aimpoint Micro S-1 Shotgun Sight Hits the US Market

Aimpoint Micro S-1
Aimpoint Micro S-1

AimpointManassas, VA-( Aimpoint, the originator and worldwide leader in red dot sighting technology, is pleased to announce the new Aimpoint Micro S-1 sight is now available for purchase from authorized Aimpoint dealers nationwide.

Designed specifically for use on shotguns with a ventilated rib, the Micro S-1 greatly enhances hit percentage for waterfowl and upland bird hunters, on the sporting clays course, and provides a compact, low-profile optic for turkey and deer shotgun hunters.

Aimpoint Micro S-1 Sight

The innovative carbon fiber reinforced mounting system positions the Aimpoint Micro S-1 on the lowest possible optical axis without adding unnecessary weight. The optic may be attached directly at any point along the ventilated rib. Included with each sight are eight interchangeable adapter plates to fit most standard shotgun ribs including Remington, Winchester, Browning, Beretta, and Benelli.

The big, bright 6 MOA red dot provides an optimal combination of target acquisition speed and visibility. This sight incorporates many of the design advances Aimpoint has learned over 20 years of service with the U.S. military, so reliability in the field is unmatched.

Aimpoint Micro S-1
Aimpoint Micro S-1

For more information on the Aimpoint Micro S-1 or other Aimpoint products, please visit our webpage at

About Aimpoint, Inc.:

Worldwide leader and originator of red dot sights also called reflex sights. Aimpoint is the recognized worldwide leader and originator of the red dot sighting technology. After more than 35 years of working closely with military weapon systems experts, experienced hunters and marksmen around the world, Aimpoint red dot sights remain the No. 1 choice for combined speed and accuracy.

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Come on ammoland, a red dot on o/u ? I dont think you ever actually shot one of these fine guns. A red dot on a slug gun yes. on a o/u, call the police and lock that person up for gun crimes.

joe martin

Remember the little rubber gizmo that attached to the end of a shotgun barrel that had two little “wings” on either side that was supposed to give you the proper lead for passing shots? It was an ugly little thing that soon went away, thank goodness. This “gizmo” is right up there with the other one and is one of yet another electronic device meant to attach to a beautifully designed mechanical instrument to allow people to not have to learn to shoot. It detracts from the beauty of the three shotguns shown and is a poor substitute for learning… Read more »