Editors’ Picks 2019: Trijicon RMR HRS

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posted on March 21, 2019
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Trijicon won the U.S. Special Operations Command handgun reflex sight contract last fall for its RMR Type II, and true to form, civilian customers immediately clamored to get theirs, too. Well, the Michigan-based company heard those cries, and recently announced the RMR HRS “that closely matches the one chosen by USSOCOM.” The mini red-dot combines an LED aiming point adjustable for brightness, rugged electronics, and a patented housing that protects the unit’s multi-coated glass, plus a manual lockout to prevent accidental adjustment and an auto-adjustment mode to conserve battery life. And you can just imagine the torture-testing it had to endure to win approval for issue to America’s special operators. Also unique to this model is its hard-to-see, hard-anodized coyote brown finish and special date-of-manufacture markings. trijicon.com

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