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biscotrip
02-10-2012, 22:54
I just purchased a Trijicon Dual Illuminated RMR for 350$. Does anyone have one, and what do you think of it?

BEER
02-10-2012, 23:06
you missed my thread from like 2 days ago. lol

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1400698

biscotrip
02-10-2012, 23:13
Damn, thanks for link.

biscotrip
02-10-2012, 23:28
I bought the 7MOA

LA_357SIG
02-11-2012, 01:35
I had the 9MOA model and it worked fine on a shotgun. On a pistol, I didn't care for it because the window was so small, it was hard to center the dot with the optic so far from your eye. On a rifle it worked well except for the dot was so big, it didn't make it worthwhile because 100 yard targets were smaller than the dot. And looking from a dark interior to a bright exterior made the dot useless because it was just powered by tritium.

It looks good on high comb rifles like the SIG556 and STG556...
http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k252/chrisq_01/1283265740.jpg
But looks odd on low ones like the AR-15.
http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k252/chrisq_01/IMAG0498.jpg

ScrappyDoo
02-11-2012, 07:12
Hey I have always wanted one of these! And actually, someday if (hopefully *when*) a WC suit settles for me I'm gonna have a few personally pimped out and maximum - tacticool'd fireamrs to buy, one of which will be a Special Purpose Rifle (SPR) / Mk 12 style AR... kind of a designated marksman AR. And I am thinking I'm gonna do a Trijicon AccuPoint scope, maybe the 2.5-10x56mm and I also thought since I should have the money to burn, I'd do a dual illuminated RMR on rilfescope-tube-mount for up close/snap shooting/emergency / CQB.


that $350 sound slike a great price, they are all like #$550-$650 on Trijicon's website.

biscotrip
02-11-2012, 09:33
350 at ****** tactical

WoodenPlank
02-11-2012, 10:00
350 at ****** tactical

Yeah, assuming you actually GET one...

Cole125
02-11-2012, 11:53
Anything made by Trijicon, other than their night sights is top of the line quality. The RMR is a great optic for what it is. With a large MOA dot its going to be for short range, good for a HD AR or shotgun.