USM68/CCO (Aimpoint Comp2) with AN/PVS-14 night vision.
In the wake of the Afghan and Iraq wars, a lot, and I mean A LOT, of property book military equipment has turned up missing. Body armor, SAPI plates, weapon sights and night vision devices are high on this list that DoD is now making a concerted effort to track down. Oddly, they don't seem interested in prosecuting the thieves unless their transgressions mount into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, or involve weapons, especially ordnance like grenades or anti-tank weapons. The DoD is simply interested in getting its property back.
However, there is another class of government employees who are skulking around, offering "can't miss" deals on this stuff, seeking to entrap whomever they can. There are a number of these three-letter federal agency folks plying their trade in Alabama just now. Look, if somebody you don't know from Adam's off ox comes up to you and offers a PVS-14 night vision device for $300.00, the price tag is sure to be a lot higher in the end.
A word to the wise should be sufficient.