Sig Optics Reflex Sight Romeo1 – Pro 3moa 1×30 Steel Shroud Blk
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Product Description for Sig Optics Reflex Sight Romeo1 – Pro 3moa 1×30 Steel Shroud Blk
Sig optics reflex sight romeo1 pro 3moa 1×30 steel shroud blk
Reticle: 3 MOA Red Dot
Objective lens diameter: 30mm
Illumination settings: 10 daytime/2 NV
Other Features: 10 daytime/2 nv brightness settings,truhold lockless zeroing systemm,motion activated illumination system, ipx-7 waterproof rating.
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Additional Information for Sig Optics Reflex Sight Romeo1 – Pro 3moa 1×30 Steel Shroud Blk
|Dimensions||6.7500 × 7.6500 × 2.8000 in|
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3 Moa Red Dot
Fit my sig M17 perfect, it was worth the wait for this red dot to come out, I prefer it over the leupold deltapoint pro. Great price
During a time of high disturbance in the shipping world this company came through. Sent the Romeo Pro at the cheapest price out in the inter world. Received, mounted and sighted all within a business week. You can trust this 2A partner.
I called the number and shortly received a text on how they can help. That was already a plus in my book. I wanted to confirm that the item was actually in stock and sure enough, they confirm it was being shipped from their warehouse nearby. I was skeptical about getting the item fast in light of how the pandemic is affecting logistics, but sure enough, I received the Romeo1 Pro in 4 days. I was ecstatic! These guys are fantastic and I really hope I will get a chance to deal with them in the future. BTW, their price was the BEST on the internet. Big THANKS to Farnsworth!!
Disclaimer - I'm new to firearms, still learning. I grabbed this optic as it was able to be mounted onto my P320 X-5 Legion without needing a separate plate. It was fairly easy to install also, just followed a youtube video. Took me about 15 minutes and I'm a newbie. I always turn it off after use, so I don't know about battery life, but the red dot is easy to see. Learning to zero was a different matter, but that's unrelated.