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Trijicon Releases SOCOM-Inspired RMR HRS Reflex Sight

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Trijicon recently announced the company is making available commercially the SOCOM version of the Type 2 Ruggedized Miniature Reflex (RMR). Moreover, we reported in August last year how Trijicon won a $7 million contract for its RMR Type 2 as a “Handgun Reflex Sight.” Additionally, the military-inspired variant of this optic will be sold as the RMR HRS.

Trijicon RMR HRS Features

Firstly, the RMR HRS utilizes a brown, anodized finish. Also, the optic includes audible and tactile windage and elevation adjustments, enabling quick and easy zeroing without tools, according to Trijicon. Additionally, the RMR Type 2 includes electronics designed to bolster durability and performance in punishing conditions, according to Trijicon. Above all, battery contacts are designed to work under harsh recoil impulse.

The optic features automatic brightness and push buttons to control eight adjustable brightness settings. Moreover, two night vision settings, along with super bright, add versatility. Also, a CR2032 lithium battery powers the unit for up to four years at a mid-setting, according to Trijicon.

A button lockout feature sets the RMR HRS into an automatic mode, preventing accidental adjustments. The sight also has a battery conservation setting; after 16.5 hours, the RMR automatically adjusts the aiming dot to ambient lighting conditions. Finally, the RMR maintains compatibility with existing RMR mounts and optic-ready pistols on the market, according to Trijicon.

For more information, visit trijicon.com.

Trijicon RMR HRS Specifications

  • Magnification: 1X
  • Overall Length: 45mm
  • Overall Weight: 1.2 ounces, with battery
  • Illumination Source: LED
  • Reticle Pattern: 3.25 MOA Dot
  • Day Reticle Color: Red
  • Night Reticle Color: Red
  • Adjustment @ 100 Yards: 1 click/inch
  • Housing Material: Forged Aluminum
  • Batteries: 1 CR2032 Lithium Battery
  • MSRP: $739

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