Trijicon Introduces RMR Type 2 Reflex Sight

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posted on July 5, 2017
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Trijicon has announced the RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) Type 2, which has been optimized with new electronics that bolster durability and extend functionality.

For RMR's that require batteries, the new electronics design and battery contacts increase reliability under the harshest use and stiffest recoil. New features include a button lock-out mode to prevent accidental adjustments to preferred brightness and a conservation mode to adjust the aiming dot to ambient lighting conditions after 16.5 hours.

The Trijicon RMR Type 2 provides a bright illuminated aiming point for instant target acquisition and is parallax-free, meaning simple "point and shoot" operation with superior accuracy at longer ranges.

The CR2032 lithium battery lasts up to two years in the LED version, and up to four years in the Adjustable LED model at mid-setting. Audible windage and elevation adjustments allow for quick and easy zeroing with no need for any special tools or devices. The RMR Type 2 is compatible with all existing RMR mounts and optics-ready pistols.
 

The RMR Type 2 is offered in three models—the Adjustable LED, Dual-Illuminated (battery-free) and LED with aiming dot sizes ranging from 1.0 MOA to 13 MOA for a multitude of applications. The Dual-Illuminated (battery-free) RMR's remain unchanged by this product update.

For more information visit trijicon.com.

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