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NEWS | Oct. 28, 2022

M68 Reflex Sight: Get Replacement Information

BLUF:  The M68 reflex sight comp 4S is the replacement for the obsolete M68 reflex sight comp 2 and the terminal M68 reflex sight comp 4.
 
M68 reflect sight comp 4s
Photo Courtesy of TACOM
 
Units, here’s what you need to know about the M68 reflex sight series:
 
  • The M68 reflex sight comp 2, NSN 1240-01-411-1265, is obsolete and has no parts support.
     
  • The M68 reflex sight comp 4, NSN 1240-01-540-3690, is a terminal item. It can be used until it becomes NMC, then a replacement must be ordered.
If you need a replacement for either the M68 reflex sight comp 2 or comp 4, order the M68 reflex sight comp 4S, NSN 1240-01-576-6134.
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