Trijicon MRO Red Dot Sight 2.0 MOA ,MRO-C-2200003 - No Mount
The Trijicon Miniature Rifle Optic (MRO®) is a reflex-style, sealed sight intended for use on rifles, carbines, and shotguns to provide fast target acquisition. It is designed to be used with both eyes open, providing the operator with maximum situational awareness. The large aperture and tapered light path maximizes the viewing area in such a small optic, allowing for fast target engagement – especially from non-standard shooting positions. Advanced lens coatings and electronics produce a crisp red dot. The brightness control dial on the MRO is specifically designed for ambidextrous usage. With a mid-adjustment “off” position and eight discernible brightness settings, this brightness dial allows for quick and ergonomic adjustments.
Features and Benefits of the Trijicon MRO:
- FASTER TARGET ACQUISITION
- Larger viewing area allows for faster acquisition and engagement with reduced “tube effect.”
- AMBIDEXTROUS BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
- Brightness dial is equally usable by left- or right-handed operators without having to remove hand from fire control.
- EASILY ADJUSTABLE BRIGHTNESS SETTINGS
- MRO models feature 8 brightness settings, including 2 night vision-compatible settings. MRO HD models feature16 brightness settings, including 4 night vision-compatible settings.
- BUILT TO HANDLE THE WORST
- Designed with forged 7075 housing, fully sealed construction and dry nitrogen to protect against the tough elements.
- MAINTAINS ZERO
- Capless design (utilizing sub-flush adjusters) eliminates lost caps, snag hazards and ensures against inadvertent adjustment or loss of zero.
- SUPERIOR QUALITY GLASS LENSES
- Multi-coated lenses provide superior clarity and light-gathering capabilities with zero distortion for a crisp dot reticle.
- LONG-LASTING POWER
- MRO Red Dot: 5 years
- MRO HD: 2.5 years for dot only, 75 days for complex reticle
- (continuous use at setting 5 of 8)
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
- Electronics are warrantied for 5 years from date of original manufacture.
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|Objective Size (mm)||25mm|
|Length (in)||2.6 in.|
|Weight (oz)||4.1 oz (116g) with battery installed, without mount|
|Day Reticle Color||Red|
|Bindon Aiming Concept||No|
|Eye Relief (in)||Infinite|
|Adjustment @ 100 yards (clicks/in)||1 click = 1/2 MOA|
|Housing Material||7075-T6 forged aluminum|
|Batteries||1 CR2032 Lithium Battery|
|Battery Life||5 years of continuous use at day setting “3” (setting 5 of 8) at 70°F (21°C)|
|Adjustment Range||70 MOA Total Travel|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||2.6 in. x 1.7 in. x 2.0 in. (66mm x 43mm x 51mm) without mount|
|Waterproof||100 ft. (30 m)|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Makes my friends jealous
Love it. I used it for my first ar-15 build and all my friends who saw me slap it on couldnt stop talking about it. Took it shooting it it performed the best bu far it terms of clarity, accuracy and overall effectiveness. Pricey, but you for sure get what you pay for. Be sure to flick it off when you are done using it, though!
I purchased this ar15 red dot item because I was wondering how it would measure up to the other Red Dots on the market. I have an Aimpoint T1 and I love. I took the Trijicon MRO out as soon as it came in and zeroed in my iron sights and then the Red Dot. I tell you what, I had no problems with zeroing. The mount for the red dot was secure after firing several hundred rounds. I made a good investment.
Don't believe the haters- this is awesome
I needed an AR red dot sight for a new build and really hesitated on purchasing a new one. I've used all kinds, both personally and professionally. It's hard to go wrong with Aimpoint but I feel like the PRO form factor is a little dated, and I just have a hard time getting excited about the T2 for the price. I was on the fence with EOTECH for a while and their rebate almost drew me in, then I read some of the lawsuit documents and couldn't get past them actively covering up their technical issues with the EXPS line. Vortex...I'm a fan, but their RDS offerings seem more like range toys than serious kit. I kept coming back to the MRO--I have nothing but love for Trijicon--but the haters kept stalling me out. I'd read about slight magnification, some blue tint, etc. Well finally I spent 8 minutes watching Travis Haley's review and that was good enough for me. Ordered one and it's FAN-tastic. Typical Trijicon quality. Glass is great, with very slight blue tint, but I mean very slight. I can detect zero magnification, and that's when I'm looking for it. In actual use you'd never in a million years be able to pick up if it's 1.08x or whatever it is. User interface is the usual Trijicon awesomeness, very tactile, and has off-stops where you need them, not just in one place or at the ends of the scale. The factory mount is more than sufficient for a non-QD mount but most users will upgrade that anyway, so it doesn't matter. Kind of like the grip on a factory AR- you know it's gonna go!
Excellent AR15 red dot and very good price
The Trijicon MRO is a fine US-made red dot optic. The dot is very clear, and even with my older eyes still round and not star-like. The thing is small but has a great field of view and the outer case is thinner than an Aimpoint so you so more target, less black metal case. Clear glass and nice very low profile snag free mount. The adjustment knobs are easy to get to and are sealed, requiring no covers. Like everyone, I have my opinion so try one out on a rifle, not just inside holding it.
My favorite AR15 red dot sight, however
This is my favorite red dot sight for use on a rifle. I previously used Eotech red dot sights, but the battery life was simply too short, and it was too hard to adjust the dot intensity. A single Lithium CR2032 battery will power the Trijicon MRO for up to 5 years of continuous use on the day setting of 3. I plan on changing the battery once a year, just in case, but it is nice to know I could power the unit for years on a single battery if I had to. The "tunnel effect", found on many red dot sights, is reduced because the front lens is bigger in diameter than the lens in the rear. The dot intensity control is directly on top, and can be adjusted with either hand. It is simple and easy to adjust the dot intensity. Elevation and windage controls are also simple to use, but they do take a coin or screwdriver to adjust, if that is an issue to you. Although this is my favorite red dot rifle sight, I only gave it three stars, for two reasons. First, the battery MUST be inserted correctly (insert at an angle) or the unit can be put out of commission. Trijicon has a video on their web page showing how to insert the battery. Follow the video and you won't have a problem. It's super easy to install the battery, but it MUST be installed at an angle. Second, the threads on the cap that cover the battery are thin and close together. Screw the cap on fast, without paying attention, and cross-threading might occur. I haven't had a problem with the battery cap, but I am extremely careful when putting the cap back on. Finally, I've never had a problem with any Trijicon product that I have ever used. I trust the brand.
Better than Aimpoint
Interested to see Trijicon enter the Red Dot market as I was looking for optics for new AR. I have an Aimpoint on a LMT Piston and used many optics while in Iraq. Field of view is what immediately jumps out at you if used to an Aimpoint. Glass is very clear, Red Dot easy to pick up. People complain about the red bloom on the highest setting but you see the same thing with Aimpoint....just don't turn it up that high. The intensity switch on top is very well thought out, with an offsetting halfway through. Great idea not having to cycle through all brightness settings to get it up and running. Time will tell if it's as reliable and durable as an Aimpoint....but Trijicon knows what they're doing and I have no concerns about durability. Very happy with the purchase and would buy another.
Best AR-15 Red dot sight on the market
This AR-15 Red dot sight is worth the money. It is the only sight you will ever need. Long battery life, quick target acquisition, and clear/large dot. It it also highly durable and easy to mount. I would instead use iron sights that, a cheap sight. This is the only one I would purchase.
Reliable alternative to the T2
I researched quite a bit before buying this ar15 red dot. I wanted a reliable dot without paying as much as the Aimpoint T2. The Trijicon MRO did the work for me: it's reliable, it maintains the zero, and it is relatively cheap.
Best bang for the buck red dot
Light and tight red dot. It adds little weight to lightweight guns. Small profile with no battery tubes to catch on things. The large knob is easy to work, even with gloves on. Does not have a tube effect like all other straight-walled sights due to the large objective. This is my first green dot MRO, I have red and wanted to try something different. Long battery life, use a Lithium battery and leave it on all year, come Jan 1 replace batteries as standard practice. There are reviews about lens tilt. This is due to how the red dot is projected from the emitter for your eyes to see it, nothing wrong, the lens is set by tilt to the emitter, its typical—getting another as soon as funds are avail. I have tried several red dots and once I got the MRO, I sold them all and replaced them with MRO.
Solid AR Red dot
It’s what you’d expect from Trijicon about quality and appearance. The green dot is pretty good, but a bit scattered though. I have a few AR red dot optics, and the dots are crisp. I was told that 95% of all people have a slight astigmatism which will make all reticles scattered a tad and that I should take a picture of the dot to confirm if it’s my eyes. I took a picture and the dot was solid. So perhaps it is in fact my eyes. That, however, doesn’t explain why my red dots are crisp. Even my EOTech EXSPS3-0 is solid as well. It’s not a big deal, though. At mid brightness level it’s fairly solid. On full brightness, it increases significantly.