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MRO

The Trijicon MRO (Miniature Rifle Optic) is a sealed miniature reflex sight intended for use on rifles, carbines, and shotguns to provide fast target acquisition.

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RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex)

The Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) is highly regarded for its ability to provide fast, both-eyes-open target acquisition and accurate aiming on a wide variety of firearm platforms.

SHOT Show 2014—New Rifles and Handguns at Industry Day

Glock garnered most of the pre-show hype for the .380 ACP market with its introduction of the Model 42 pistol. This is the Austrian gunmaker's smallest pistol to date.

VCOG 1-6x24mm Riflescope

Trijicon has combined the legendary toughness/function of its combat-proven ACOG with a new variable optic. The Trijicon VCOG (Variable Combat Optical Gunsight) 1-6x24 meets the rigorous demands of duty.

Law Enforcement Firearms Trends

Zombies aside, there are trends emerging in the firearms industry, and they have the potential to determine what tools you will be issued in the near future.

SHOT Show 2013: Trijicon's 300 AAC Blackout ACOG

Trijicon's ACOG (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight) 3x30 optic with a 300 AAC Blackout reticle provides sighting for supersonic and subsonic velocities. Like other ACOG optics, this sight is a fixed-power, self-luminous sight that uses internal phosphor illumination from decaying tritium.

HD Night Sights

Trijicon HD night sights have a yellow or orange photoluminescent paint outline and tall blade on the front sight to increase visibility and quicken sight acquisition. SHOT Show Booth #12117

Advanced Duty Optics

The first and foremost reason people use any form of mounted optics is they provide a fast, accurate sight. Second, be they red dot or truly telescopic, sights have shrunk in size, making them better suited for duty.

Optics vs. Iron Sights

While the U.S. military has largely transitioned en masse to using optics on issued M4 carbines and other weapons, many American law enforcement agencies continue to use patrol rifles and carbines with iron sights and no optics. So the question is valid: Do you really need combat optics on your patrol rifle?

Glock 22 RTF Duty Pistol

Officer Matt Gregory shows his Glock 22 RTF for duty and home defense with the rough-textured grip option. He says, "The grip on this gun is unbelievable. I worried with the Generation 3 Glock because my hands stay clammy a lot of the time. I don't worry about losing my grip anymore."