NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Trijicon MRO Patrol

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posted on November 5, 2017

Improving upon its acclaimed Miniature Rifle Optic (MRO) red-dot reflex sight, Trijicon’s MRO Patrol will be familiar for it large viewing area, top-mounted brightness control—for left- or right-handed adjustment—and durable aluminum housing. The Patrol also features a honeycomb-style anti-reflection screen, improved glass and flip-down covers for both the objective and ocular lenses. The unit is powered by a single CR2032 lithium battery (pre-installed) and Trijicon offers two quick-detach mounts to position the MRO for full- or lower-1/3-cowitness with backup iron sights.

In this week's NRA Gun Gear of the Week video, Joe Kurtenbach runs through the Patrol’s features and takes it to the range.

  

  


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