Report | the Trijicon RMR RM09 1MOA Optic

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Breach-Bang-Clear contributor COWAN! demonstrates once again his possession of film-making skills not even Ruggero Deodato could envy while reviewing the new Trijicon RMR RM09 1MOA Optic.

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The compact, 12 oz. RM09 has a 1MOA objective dot that’s adjustable for brightness (left side to increase brightness, right side to decrease down to off). Watch the review for a candid assessment of its strengths and weaknesses.

Watch for COWAN!’s next effort coming soon on YouTube (or maybe the SyFy Channel).

Specs/Features:

1 MOA red dot

1.2 ounces

Automatic brightness mode

Controls for eight adjustable settings

Battery life up to 2 years (typical use), up to 5 years dark storage

Runs on 1 CR2032 Lithium Battery

Forged 7075-T6 aluminum housing

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2 thoughts on “Report | the Trijicon RMR RM09 1MOA Optic

  • April 27, 2015 at 2:34 pm
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    You guys incorrectly state the weight of the rm09 as 12 ounces in the paragraph above the video. In the feature list after the video it is correctly listed as 1.2 ounces. Take care.

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  • March 31, 2015 at 8:47 pm
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    I’ve used these, and there IS something relative to the Trijicon RMR sight that leaves all others on another planet, as is the case with most other Trijicon optics. No doubt the ACOG series of magnified optics are without peer, and only the Israeli Meprolight reflex compares to the Trijicon. There are reasons why these these cost as much as a fair second car or a damned good used motorcycle! But upon employment of these devices, life is sweet!

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