SIG SAUER ROMEO1

SIG SAUER ROMEO1

SKU SOR11001

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Product Information & Specs

The Romeo1 Miniature Reflex Sight is the ideal sighting solution for the modern semiautomatic pistol. This sight is offered with an M1913 Rail Interface for use with todays MRSAR platforms. The Romeo1 features a moldedglass aspheric lens with high performance coatings for superior light transmittance and zero distortion as well as TruHold a lockless zeroing system utilizing twin adjustment springs designed to endure handgun recoil and return to zero shot after shot. The MOTAC Motion Activated Illumination System utilizes manual controls that remember your lastused settings powers up when it senses motion and powers down when it does not providing for optimum operational safety and enhanced battery life. The three MOA Red Dot with multiple intensity settings ensures rapid target engagement under a full range of lighting conditions. This model uses a toploading CR1632 battery allowing for quick replacement without having to remove the sight from the firearm. The Romeo1 is housed in extremely strong and lightweight aircraftgrade CNC magnesium ensuring a lifetime of reliable service and gives dependable waterproof and fogproof performance.This model includes Keymod and M1913 Picatinny mount.

UPC 798681521289
Length 1.8 IN.
Weight (OZ) 0.8 OZ.
Finish GRAPHITE
Magnification 1X
Objective Size 22MM
Field of View NOT SPECIFIED
Eye Relief NOT SPECIFIED
Tube Diameter NOT SPECIFIED
Reticle 3 MOA DOT
Waterproof WATERPROOF
Dot Size 3 MOA
Adjustment 1 MOA
Optic Coating NOT SPECIFIED
Windage Elevation 60 MOA













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