Trijicon RMR

Trijicon's tiny new "Ruggedized Miniature Reflex" (RMR) sight is a standout among the many non-conventional, non-magnifying optical sights now appearing in the whitetail woods. Durable under the most extreme conditions, it is fully adjustable for windage and elevation, and is available either with or without an integrated fiber-optic light feed for maximum brightness under all light conditions, bright sunlight to dim dusk.

An integrated Weaver-type mount attachment allows use on handguns, slug guns, and medium-range hunting rifles alike. Battery-free, the RCM reflex sight provides a heads-up, both-eyes-open instant aiming point without parallax at any distance. Perhaps the best snap-shot whitetail sight ever!


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