Gear & Optics| Optics

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The growing market of micro-compact handguns is growing in popularity within the firearms community. You have successful micro-compact such as: the SIG P365 and 365XL, Glock48, and the Springfield Hellcat. Many ccw practitioners are looking for red dots to match with their micro-compact pistols. Trijicon seeks to answer that call with the Trijicon RMRcc.

The new miniature reflex sight takes a lot of cues for its older more established brother the Trijicon RMR. The RMRcc features a thinner, lower profile, and offers both-eyes-open target acquisition for users. The new reflex sight weighs in a minuscule 1 oz with battery and less than an inch in width and height. Which makes the RMRcc great for concealed carry and reduce chance of printing while carrying. The RMRcc is available with a 3.25 or 6.5 MOA dot size with up to 4 years of illumination on one CR 2032 battery.

The MSRP for the RMRcc is the same as it’s older brother the RMR retailing at $699 MSRP.

Below is the press release from Trijicon regarding its new reflex sight.

Press Release

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Wixom, MI – New for 2020, Trijicon, an industry leader in miniature reflex optics, has set a new standard for pistol optics with the introduction of the RMR®cc. Born from the legendary Trijicon RMR®, the thinner, lower profile RMRcc provides fast, both-eyes-open target acquisition, accurate aiming, and proven reliability for concealed carry pistols, and is a great addition to the extensive line of durable reflex optics offered by Trijicon.

Weighing a mere 1 ounce with battery installed and measuring less than 1 inch in width and height, the RMRcc is ready to pair with any pistol to provide the ultimate concealed carry setup. The RMRcc is constructed from 7075-T6 aluminum, tested to Military Standards and backed by The Science of Brilliant® testing methodology that Trijicon applies to every product. Its patented shape absorbs impacts and diverts stresses away from the lens and is designed to withstand the rigors of hard use under the most severe environmental conditions. ‘Trijicon is proud to offer pistol owners an optic designed around their needs and built to Trijicon’s standards for durability,’ said Chuck Wahr, Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Trijicon. ‘Users can have confidence in carrying a pistol equipped with the RMRcc.

The RMRcc keeps all the great features of the RMR, including easy-to-use buttons, a common 2032 battery with up to 4 years of illumination, and a wide variety of mounts to fit today’s most popular concealed carry pistols. The RMRcc is available in either a 3.25 or 6.5 MOA dot size and provides a bright, illuminated aiming point under any condition. Best of all, the RMRcc is parallax-free, meaning simple “point and shoot” operation with superior accuracy.

The RMRcc is designed to be thinner than the RMR, making it ideal for mounting on popular single stack and subcompact pistols. The RMRcc is also well suited to mount to 1911 style pistols, and durable enough to stand up to the harsh recoil generated by the .45 ACP and 10 mm.

For the ultimate in confidence, the RMRcc features an automatic brightness mode and 8 manual positions for custom settings. A Button Lock-In Mode prevents accidental adjustments to your preferred brightness setting, while a Battery Conservation Mode adjusts the aiming dot to ambient lighting conditions after 16.5 hours without a button push to further extend battery life. Windage and elevation adjustments allow for quick and easy zeroing with no need for any special tools or devices.

What do you think of Trijicon’s new RMRcc? Let us know in the comments below.

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