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Trijicon MRO Patrol 2.0 MOA 1x25 Adjustable Red Dot with Full Co-Witness Quick Release Mount
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- LARGE VIEWING AREA: Allows faster target acquisition and engagement with reduced “tube effect”
- ADJUSTABLE BRIGHTNESS SETTINGS: Eight brightness settings with a mid-position “Off” feature
- SUPERIOR QUALITY GLASS LENSES: Multi-coated lenses provide superior clarity and light gathering capabilities with zero distortion and provide for a crisp dot reticle
- AIRCRAFT-GRADE ALUMINUM HOUSING: Forged 7075 housing and fully-sealed construction protects against the toughest elements
- INCLUDES: Lens covers at both the Ocular and Objective lens. An ARD Kill Flash protects you from unwanted glare. This model also includes the with Full Co-Witness Quick Release Mount.
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Miniature Rifle Optic.
|1x25 MRO (2.0 MOA)||1x25 MRO PATROL (2.0 MOA)|
|Adjustments||1 Click = 1/2 MOA||1 Click = 1/2 MOA|
|Adjustment Range (Elevation & Windage||70 MOA Total Travel||70 MOA Total Travel|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||2.6 x 1.7 x 2.0 in.||3.6 x 1.8 x 2.0 in.|
|Weight||4.1 oz. (w/ Supplied Lithium Battery)||5.0 oz. (w/ Supplied Lithium Battery)|
|Illumination Source||LED Powered by CR2032 Lithium Battery||LED Powered by CR2032 Lithium Battery|
|Available Mounting Adapters||Picatinny Rail (in Low, Full Co-Witness and Lower 1/3 Co-Witness Heights)||Picatinny Rail (Full Co-Witness and Lower 1/3 Co-Witness Heights)|
|Battery Life||5 Years of Continuous Use at Day-Setting 3||5 Years of Continuous Use at Day-Setting 3|
|Brightness Settings||8 Total Settings: 2 Night Vision, 5 Day Settings, 1 Super-Bright||8 Total Settings: 2 Night Vision, 5 Day Settings, 1 Super-Bright|
The Trijicon MRO (Miniature Rifle Optic) and MRO PATROL can be mounted to your rifle for faster target acquisition and absolute dependability. The MRO PATROL comes combat ready out of the box and is trusted by special operations forces around the world. It comes with a Tenebraex killFLASH Anti-Reflection Device and a light, strong, quick-release mount.
The Trijicon MRO (Miniature Rifle Optic) is a favorite among turkey hunters for a reason: it’s fully ruggedized, waterproof and gives you fast target acquisition every time, especially from non-standard shooting positions. The large aperture and tapered light path maximize the viewing area and allow for superior situational awareness.
Fast Target Acquisition Every Time
The Trijicon Miniature Rifle Optic (MRO) is a reflex-style, sealed sight intended for use on rifles, carbines, and shotguns to provide fast target acquisition. It is designed to be used with both eyes open, providing the operator with maximum situational
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 7 x 5 in||—||5 x 5 x 3 in||4.5 x 6.75 x 3.5 in||3 x 2 x 2 in||6 x 6 x 6 in|
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The new Trijicon MRO is obviously designed to compete directly w/Aimpoint's small/light Micro optics, being somewhat larger but still weighing only 5.88oz w/the factory 1/3 cowitness mount. However, the MRO differs in a couple of important ways.
The larger objective lens provides a 44% greater FOV when looking through the optic, the brightness control is placed on top so it's ambidextrous, the brightness control has a 2nd 'off' position well-located between the daytime levels of '2' & '3' (so you don't have to cycle up through every level starting from the lowest NV setting just to get a visible reticle) and the W/E adjustments aren't capped (so no caps to lose over time).
Battery life is excellent at 50K hrs at setting '3' & 600 hrs at ultra-bright setting '6', '4' should be appx 10K hrs and '5' appx 2K hrs. I find setting '3' to be adequate for overcast days, dim rooms or night use w/a 500 lumen weapons light. Switch tension seems a little tight, but that's subjective and I'd rather have it a little too tight than a little too loose (this and the switch's location help prevent accidental changes in brightness from the switch rubbing against your gear). Care should be taken to not bend or break any of the 12 spring battery contacts when installing the battery, but I encountered no difficulties.
I've read complaints about slight magnification, lens tint, reflections & image shift and I encountered all of these in both my MRO's *if I look for them* (it should be noted that the Aimpoint Micros have these as well according to independent testing but may not be as obvious due to the Micro's smaller objective lens). However, when shooting and focusing on my target, I am completely unaware of any of these so-called problems, and that's what is important to me.
Any optic with an objective lens has an optical 'sweet spot' so I suggest experimenting w/the MRO at different locations to determine which is best for you. For me, that's as far back as possible which has the added benefit of maximizing FOV through the optic (which makes finding the reticle faster & easier when shooting from awkward positions with sloppy cheekweld).
An unexpected optical bonus for me was the sharpness & clarity of the reticle. I have astigmatism and found the MRO's reticle to be less distorted than any of Aimpoint's or Eotech's offerings.
Bottom line is you get legendary Trijicon toughness, a lifetime warranty, increased FOV, a well-thought-out ergonomic control setup in an optic that's not much bigger/heavier than the Aimpoint Micro's for hundreds less. 5 stars in my book!
So the first thing i feel i need to clarify is the weaknesses everyone across the internet is posting about the MRO. To be Honest I cannot find a "Flaw" however i do notice some things people mention. Most notable i noticed the "Ghosting" that some people bring up where you can see the reflection of internal parts or other things if you tilt the sight/angle of vision upward or downward. I will admit that if it IS NOT attached to a rifle and just jugling around in my hands that you can definitely see the ghosting. Is this a problem? Hell no it's not because when did i ever plan to buy this and not attach it to a rifle. attached to my RFB i cannot see ghosting at all.
Blue-ish tint... I don't see it at all, maybe if i think about it my mind may eventually play tricks but the lens is clear as crystal, pure viewing pleasure.
Magnification... It doesn't take a genius to notice this thing has some slight notification, However it does not hurt my eyes, affect my focus, or distract me at all, if anything (in my opinion) i think its kind of neat to have some extra magnification.
To finish this up after shooting it quite a lot on a harder hitting .308, its prefect for me! the wider objective lens makes me think of eotechs, while the construction and durability make me think of trjicon and the dot is an aimpoint competitor along with the battery life.