Trijicon RMR Sight
Trijicon has introduced its new Trijicon RMR Sight, a patent-pending new generation Ruggedized Miniature Reflex designed to improve shooter precision and accuracy with any style or caliber of weapon.
Unlike other red dot sights on the market, this innovative solution is designed for superior durability under the most extreme conditions. The experts at Trijicon also designed the new RMR sights to be as strong as the company's renowned Trijicon ACOGs, and provide ease of sighting and adjustment, solving important issues often associated with other red dot sights.
Trijicon's new design begins with a rugged, forged aluminum housing one that is extremely sturdy, yet lightweight. This advanced housing encases premium quality optics for superior performance in every tactical, shooting, or hunting situation. Other advancements in the Trijicon RMR sights include new large, easy-to-use adjusters that allow for quick one MOA per click adjustment for windage and elevation using a common screwdriver or shell casing. The Trijicon RMR provides rapid target acquisition and enhances the shooter's capabilities in a wide variety of applications.
In keeping with Trijicon's commitment to battery-free illumination, a battery-free model features dual illumination using Trijicon's patented fiber optics and tritium, and comes in dot sizes of 9 or 13 Minutes of Angle (MOA). This model is the world's first battery-free mini reflex sight, measuring a mere 1.78 inches long by 1.24 inches wide by 1.03 inches high and weighing in at only 1.22 ounces.
Another version features LED illumination provided by a standard 2032 battery, and comes in dot sizes of 4 or 8 MOA. This model measures 1.78 inches long by 1.10 inches wide by 1 inch high and weighs only 1.22 ounces. Both are available in black housings and-as further testament to their rugged construction-are rated as waterproof to 66 feet. The Trijicon RMR mounts onto Trijicon ACOGs, compact ACOGs, AccuPoints, MIL-STD 1913 rail-equipped weapons systems, Weaver rail-equipped weapons systems, and the more popular handgun models.