Trijicon RMR/LED RMR Type 2 3.25 MOA LED Red Dot Sight
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- 3.25 MOA LED RMR: Automatically adjusts illuminated reticle to available light conditions (No manual brightness adjusters in this model)
- DEPENDABLE ELECTRONIC DESIGN: Ruggedized Battery contacts and electronics ensure performance and survivability in harsh environments. Designed to be waterproof to 20 meters (66 ft.)
- UNIQUE PATENTED HOUSING SHAPE: Military-grade aluminum alloy forged housing shape diverts force of impact away from the lens, greatly increasing its durability
- TRUE-COLOR MULTI-COATED LENS: Creates a wide-band light transmission for minimal change in target area color
- ADJUSTABLE WINDAGE/ELEVATION: Easily adjustable without Special tools. 1 MOA per click
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Trijicon LED RMR Type 2
Ruggedized Mini Reflex Sight.
|RM01 - 3.25 MOA||RM02 - 6.5 MOA|
|Sight Window||.86 x .63 in.||.86 x .63 in.|
|Adjustments||1 Click = 1 MOA||1 Click = 1 MOA|
|Adjustment Range (Elevation & Windage)||150 MOA Total Travel||150 MOA Total Travel|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||1.8 x 1.1 x 1.0 in.||1.8 x 1.1 x 1.0 in.|
|Weight||1.2 oz. (w/ battery) (34g)||1.2 oz. (w/ battery) (34g)|
|Illumination Source||LED Powered by a CR2032 Lithium Battery||LED Powered by a CR2032 Lithium Battery|
|Battery Life||2 Years of Typical Use; 5 Years in Dark Storage||2 Years of Typical Use; 5 Years in Dark Storage|
|Available Mounting Adapters||Picatinny Rail, Weaver Rail, ACOG Add-on, Riflescope Add-On, Pistol, Double Barrel Rifle||Picatinny Rail, Weaver Rail, ACOG Add-on, Riflescope Add-On, Pistol, Double Barrel Rifle|
The Trijicon RMR Type 2 LED is capable of being mounted to our variable and fixed magnification optics. This gives you a fast and lightweight reflex option to engage in CQB scenarios, while being able to quickly switch back to a magnified optic for longer range shots.
The Trijicon RMR Type 2 LED is the perfect reflex sight to pair with your pistol and handgun. This can be accomplished in many ways. The RMR can be milled directly to a handgun slide, a mounting plate can be purchased or the RMR can be mounted utilizing a rail mounting option such as the ALG 6-second mount, Balor RMR mount and Dueck Defense RMR mount.
If you're looking for the ultimate lightweight reflex sight for your rifle, the Trijicon RMR Type 2 is for you. The RMR comes in several MOA configurations. And by weighing only 1.17 ounces, it offers a quick, agile, tough-as-nails reflex sight.
Brilliant Aiming Solutions
Trijicon has led the industry in the development of superior any-light aiming systems since the company’s founding in 1981. World-renowned for its innovative applications of tritium and advanced fiber-optics, Trijicon manufactures the most advanced riflescopes and sights for tactical and sporting applications.
Backed by a Limited-Lifetime Warranty, Trijicon’s aiming systems are proven on the range and in the field. As a result, Trijicon has earned the trust of those who are most in need of aiming accuracy and dependability. The company is proud to count as our customers the United States Marine Corps, United States Army, United States Special Operations Forces, United States Government, and state and local Law Enforcement, just to name a few. Trijicon is fast becoming the preferred scope among dedicated hunters for all types of game, as well as shooting enthusiasts worldwide.
As Rugged As It Gets
Illumination In Any Lighting.
Color: Black | Style Name: No Mount
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These things greatly increase the fun of target shooting, especially for folks with bifocals. Gone are the days of tilting your head back to use the bottom of your glasses to focus on the front sight. And gone are the days of closing one eye to shoot (I tried shooting with both eyes open on iron sights and could never make it work for me). Now I can focus on the target with my head in any position I want with both eyes open and shoot.
Besides the added comfort, the red dot just blows iron sights out of the water for accuracy. My little Glock 26 with the RMR is significantly more accurate than my full size Glock 17 with iron sights, and if you want to fast fire you can get the red dot back on target a whole lot faster than you can get iron sights back on target.
The only negative with these sights, and one I have not had to experience yet, is that you have to remove the sight to change the battery. This apparently only needs to be done once a year at worst, but I don't look forward to doing it. Getting the sight back to zero doesn't worry me - that is quick and easy. I worry that the Loctite (blue) on the screws will make it a real chore to get them out and worry about stripping the screw head. I have good tools so hopefully I am needlessly concerned. I would strongly advise against using the little wrench that comes with sight - get a Wiha, or other good brand, screwdriver. I was sure glad I had one when I took the cover plate off the Glock 19 MOS. Those screws had a Loctite type substance on them and took a good bit of force to get out.
I now have well over a thousand rounds through my Glock 26 with the RMR and a couple of hundred through the Glock 19 with this RMR and have never had the slightest glitch with the RMRs. I trust the RMR enough that the Glock 26 is now my carry gun - though with suppressor height iron sights, just in case.
First of all, parallax performance is not ideal. Even in the center of the lens, any slight movements can bring a noticeable shift to the dot. I used many other red dot sights, from old school T1 to newer Acro, DI FC1 and laser based Eotech or even Trijicon’s own MRO. I’d say it’s the worst parallax performance I’ve ever had, even though I know how hard it is to pack all in a compact format but hey, Acro did it million miles better.
Secondly, you see bubbles and space between the frame and the lens. That’s what an indestructible piece should look like? That’s a product that you take the pride of “Made in USA”? For 400+ dollars I thought you can at least apply an even load of adhesion around the most important part of the device?
Last but not least, brightness. So many youtubers claimed that you can see a perfectly visible dot even on a sunny desert day. I say BS. You can’t even see that dot when you aim it at a circadian bulb at its low setting. They also claimed that the auto adjusting brightness works perfectly in any conditions. I say BS. You will NOT see a dot when you aim from a darker room to a bright window and it just won’t give the correct brightness when you manipulate the weapon in a room with multiple light sources. It’s more of a range toy, at least it is so for the auto adjusting model.
You wanna look cool, tactical and fancy. Sure it does all that. You wanna has fun at range well it does ok on that too. You read Trijicon’s mission statement and think you can bet your life on it, then you really need to think twice. Or at least have your silencer height iron sights installed. For once I somehow thought Trijicon offers more advanced optic solutions for practical and combat situations because of their nice full size optics but this RMR showed me the opposite. As an industrial designer myself who’s also familiar with manufacturing, I’d say it’s a 5/10 product at most. Both machining and fitting weren’t nice. Packaging felt disrespectful. You open the box and see an RMR clamped between sponges upside down without any plastic seal or anything. (Plus the two mounting screws were too long for a G19 RMR cut and I have to also buy the seal plate separately.) It’s an optic with coated glass and a 400+ price tag so maybe consider package it nicely and include a rubber cover since even the clones are all doing so?
One last thing you NEED to understand , if your eyes have even the slightest astigmatism, you will never be able to see a sharp dot and MOA size won’t save your broken heart.