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Trijicon RM02 LED Red Dot Sight w/ MOA Dot Reticle
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This is the best red dot sight I have ever used. It is really rugged (like the ACOG it piggyback's on), and is bright in all lighting conditions. It...
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great optic

by mtnroamer, from United States, CA Written on October 5, 2014
Works flawlessly with the m&p pro core pistols... Very easy to attach and sight in. Just to reiterate it's specifics, the dot always stays on (it never feels hot even when coming out of a foam case), you can not change the size of the dot, easily adjusts windage and elevation. Great product....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great sight but pricey

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 19, 2014
Simple to mount. Great for close shooting.
Pros: solid construction, bright dot, long battery life
Cons: a bit pricey...
Would recommend: Yes
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Some advantages to always on

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 29, 2013
The RMR 02 was the first of my now many RMRs. I have grown to appreciate the always on, no brightness adjustment function. One problem Ive encountered with the adjustable models is they can turn off during use or change brightness from recoil or gun handling (the cheaper Burris fast fires are worse for this) The RMR 02 was my first Trijicon pistol red dot and I retired it and bought an RMR07 after I tried the RMR 02 and did not like the way too bright dot that was not adjustable. I also did not appreciate the lack of an on/off switch. Now after having more time training with pistol red dots I can see the RMR 02s value for competition or conceal carry. No on/off switch or brightness adjustment means it is not likely to auto/accidental adjust or turn off when needed. The overly bright (and hallowed) dot mellows as the battery ages a bit and I know that this thing will perform without fuss when needed. Now the RMR 02 (non-adjustable) and the RMR 04 (battery free) are my preferred units.
Pros: won't be off or too dim when needed, small and lite, clear
Cons: battery replacement requires removal, dot a bit too bright...
Would recommend: Yes
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Cautiously Optimistic

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NJ Written on July 21, 2013
When I ordered the Open Box - Dealer Demo, I was cautiously optimistic. The RMR Red Dot Sight did not disappoint at all. It was very easy to mount on my FNX 45 ACP Tactical. The sighting-in was a snap. After being all set up, I shot a 14/15 cluster in a 5 inch circle at 25 yards. I would say that was pretty good sighting!
Pros: Easy mounting and sighting-in
Cons: N/A...
Would recommend: Yes
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Best pistol shooting aid out there

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 24, 2013
OpticsPlanet accidentally sent me an RM01 with a 3.25 moa dot. It was kind of lucky since I got to see the difference between the 3.25 and the 8 moa dot. The 8 moa is way better for pistol shooting - it's faster on target and much easier to see. Go with the 8 moa for pistol or other close range applications.
Pros: Size, durability
Cons: Price...
Would recommend: Yes
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RM02 for my Glock 19

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AL Written on March 8, 2013
I bought this red dot to use on my sidearm when feral hog hunting.

I'm completely impressed with the durability of this little sight. It works well with a helmet mounted PVS-14 Night Vision device too.

I should have gotten a smaller dot, because the 8MOA dot tends to bloom more in the night vision. I don't hold this against the sight though.

In my opinion, this model is much better than the old "Docter" style sights with the round tops.
Pros: Solid as a rock. This little thing is built to last.
Cons: Price...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon RM02-33 on a PS90

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AZ Written on August 19, 2012
The RM02-33 is a great sight for the FN PS90. It is much smaller and lower profile than the C-More that I had on previously. Being always makes it easy to use and the auto-brightness works well in full AZ sunshine to dark indoors. Zeroing is also much easier when compared to the C-More.
Pros: Small, low-profile, always on, auto-brightness of dot
Cons: price...
Would recommend: Yes
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RMR Install

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on January 2, 2012
Mounted this RMR on my M&P 9. This is a great substitute for the standard iron sights.
Pros: Small size
Cons: Expensive...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon RMR Red Dot Sight LED with 8.0 MOA Red Dot

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on February 2, 2011
its a little over priced but,this thing was great i must say. i just didn't know i needed so many other things with it, cleaning pen,mount,rail,shotgun laser Boresighter, and some type of cover would be really nice.
Pros: It's small and lightweight and i should get about 4 years out of it.also its ez to mount and center with a bore sighter
Cons: wish i could increase the size of the dot and after pay so much for it they should include a cover for it ...
Would recommend: Yes
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RMR Red dot

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 13, 2010
This is the best red dot sight I have ever used. It is really rugged (like the ACOG it piggyback's on), and is bright in all lighting conditions. It does not strobe (like Burris Fastfire) or get really hard to see in the dark like the tritium RMR. The only functional downside is that there is no off switch or cover for it, but the battery does last 4 years. If you can afford the high price and want a small red dot with the same durability as an ACOG go with this sight. The 8 MOA RMR works great on top of a magnified ACOG. And the 4 MOA would probably work better for more precise shots if it was the only sight on your gun or for a pistol.
Pros: Bright in all lighting conditions, does not strobe, rugged
Cons: expensive, no protective cover, no off switch...
Would recommend: Yes
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