Product Preview: Trijicon 1 MOA RMR

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posted on May 9, 2015
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The Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) is already known as one of the most robust miniature red dot sights on the market today, and with the introduction of the 1 MOA model, the RMR has taken a considerable step toward also being the most accurate. Equally suited for combat, personal protection, hunting or competition shooting, the 1 MOA RMR’s extra small aiming point doesn’t obscure the target at longer distances—providing a level of precision not possible with larger dots. Windage and elevation adjustments are accompanied by audible clicks, which helps streamline the process. The new model of RMR retains Trijicon’s adjustable LED technology, offering users eight different brightness settings powered by a long-lasting lithium battery. Investment cast from aircraft-grade 7075-T6 aluminum and engineered to absorb impacts and divert stresses away from the lens, the 1 MOA RMR also inherits the near-indestructibility of the rest of the line. Reflex-style sights provide quick, both-eyes-open target acquisition, but generally aren’t capable of the same precision as a magnified optic. Trijicon’s 1 MOA RMR begs to differ. MSRP: $700. Contact: Trijicon, Inc., 49385 Shafer Ave., P.O. Box 930059, Wixom, MI 48393-0059; (248) 960-7700; trijicon.com.

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