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I have a G&P aimpoint laying around.. any idea which batteries they take?

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I believe it's a LR44 battery. eBay has an absolute bargain for them if it is.

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Mine takes LR44's so I suspect yours does as well (this one presumably: http://www.wolfarmouries.co.uk/airsoft/bb/product.asp?page=product&id=GP121)

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Thanks all!

Definitely not a T1, but you're right! it's a traditional looking aimpoint.. but maybe someone can identify it? and the diameter of the battery compartment is way too small for a 2032. I do not know about lr44, since I never had any. how many do I need?

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Looks just like the one in the picture I provided.

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thanks all :)

just one battery or do I need more?

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I had that one on my G&P and it is definitely two LR44 batteries. Get the ebay ones as it's under £4 for 12 batteries whereas in the shops it's just under £4 for 2!!!! That way you will always have spares too.

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Instead of using two LR44 batteries you can use a 2L76 battery. This will last a lot longer and is the type suggested to use by the aimpoint manual. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-Photo-Lithium-Batterie-2L76/dp/B002X1CY9O/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1401042021&sr=1-1&keywords=2l76

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