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Trijicon MRO Red Dot Sight 2.0 MOA
    Trijicon MRO Red Dot Sight 2.0 MOA
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      SKU: TJ-MROC220
      Manufacturer: Trijicon

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    Trijicon MRO Red Dot Sight 2.0 MOA

    The celebrated MRO 2.0 MOA from Trijicon is a reflex-style, sealed sight that is meant to be used for carbines, shotguns, and rifles to assist in providing the quickest in target acquisition. The design of the sight is that it should be used with both eyes open so the shooter can maintain the best in situational awareness for their particular operation.

    One of the best benefits is the large aperture and the tapered light path which maintains the maximum viewing area despite the small size of the optic itself. In this manner you can acquire the target quickly even from prone, kneeling, sitting and standing shooting positions. In fact, the lens coating is of an advanced design that allows the electronics to produce a crisp red dot for fast acquisition.

    Ambidextrous shooters can use the brightness control dial on the MRO comfortably as the setting is within easy reach of both hands. The “off” position is in the middle of eight different brightness settings which allow for quick adjustment for changing lighting conditions, and the ergonomic design makes it easy to use.

    The fully protected adjusters on the MRO mean that they will maintain their settings even if the weapon is being handled roughly. Plus, no special tools are needed to make adjustments, and the hard-anodized, forged 7075-T6 housing is sturdy, durable and fully sealed so that it is waterproof. This also means that you will get years of service out of the MOR 2 under most conditions.

     

     
    Magnification 1x
    Objective Size (mm) 25mm
    Length (in) 2.6 in.
    Weight (oz) 4.1 oz (116g) with battery installed, without mount
    Illumination Source Battery
    Reticle Pattern Dot
    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
    Illumination Settings 8
    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)

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    7 Total Reviews
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    Trijicon MRO best price
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: November 10, 2019
    After a few weeks of searching, MSP had the best price for the Trijicon MRO with a check out code. Delivered within four business days. Serial # is 131k+, so it is the most up to date version
    Recommended
    Trijicon red dot scope
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: November 10, 2019
    Yes, there is a mild blue tint when used indoors (it is not noticed outdoors). I bought this device for home defense. I don't think I would notice the slight blue tint if I had to shoot in a defense situation. This sight replaced an Eotech. The Eotech battery life was too short, and the brightness controls on the Eotech are hard to adjust compared to the MRO. The Trijicon MRO is my favorite red dot sight. Lightweight, easy to adjust the brightness, and minimal tunnel effect.
    Recommended
    Trijicon red dot MRO
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: November 10, 2019
    This MRO optic is outstanding! Those words are coming from a diehard Aimpoint fan. I don't see the magnification. The blue tint is so minimal that I probably wouldn't have paid it any mind if someone hadn't pointed it out. The giant objective leaves my Aimpoint T1 in its dust. No caps to lose, and the well thought out top dial makes it just that much better. Better than T1 performance for Aimpoint PRO money makes this a no brainier. Buy one! Heck, I bought two.
    Recommended
    Trijicon MRO sight
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: November 10, 2019
    I was shopping for a red-dot style optic for my new AR build, and I was heavily leaning towards the Aimpoint Micro T-2 based on my research, not experience. I have not used an Aimpoint, , the only quality red-dot type optic I've used and owned is my EOTech EXPS2, which I love. My first attraction to the MRO was the larger objective lens. I also liked the capless turrets, and of course, the USA made. The smaller 2 MOA dot over my EOTech was also attractive. I could not find any shops were I could compare Aimpoints, EOTech, and the MRO, so I purchased this strictly based on my research and not any experience. Now that I've had this on my rifle for about a month, all I can say is my next CQC style rifle will have an MRO. Like another reviewer, I do not notice the very slight magnification; in fact, I would not have known about it if I had not read it. And for the blueish tint, it's only noticeable indoors against the yellowish incandescent lighting. One thing to note: because I have astigmatism in my eye, the dot is a bit oval when I increase the brightness. I read about this while doing my research, so it was no surprise. When I drop the brightness, all I see is a circular dot. In reality, it's a nonissue anyway since I leave it on the lowest possible setting for whatever the ambient lighting is.
    Recommended
    Excellent, Even Innovative
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: August 7, 2019
    Over the years, I've owned and used numerous Aimpoints, Eotechs, Trijicon's, Meprolights, etc. All have had their strengths and weaknesses with much of the decision-making process comes down to which features are most important (price? battery type/life? FOV through the optic? weight? size? NV compatibility? etc.). The new Trijicon MRO is obviously designed to compete w/Aimpoint's small/light Micro-optics directly, being somewhat larger but still weighing only 5.88oz w/the factory 1/3 co-witness mount. However, MRO differs in a couple of important ways. The larger objective lens provides a 44% greater FOV when looking through the optic, the brightness control is placed on top, so it's ambidextrously accessible, the brightness control has a 2nd 'off' position well-located between the daytime levels of '2' & '3' (so you don't have to cycle up through every level starting from the lowest NV setting just to get a visible reticle) and the W/E adjustments aren't capped (so no caps to lose over time). Battery life is excellent at 50K hrs at setting '3' & 600 hrs at ultra-bright setting '6', '4' should be appx 10K hrs and '5' appx 2K hrs. I find setting '3' to be adequate for overcast days, dim rooms or night use w/a 500-lumen weapons light. Switch tension seems a little tight, but that's subjective, and I'd rather have it a little too tight than a little too loose (this and the switch's location help prevent accidental changes in brightness from the switch rubbing against your gear). Care should be taken not to bend or break any of the 12 spring battery contacts when installing the battery, but I encountered no difficulties. I've read complaints about slight magnification, lens tint, reflections & image shift and I encountered all of these in both my MRO's *if I look for them* (it should be noted that the Aimpoint Micros have these as well according to independent testing but may not be as obvious due to the Micro's smaller objective lens). However, when shooting and focusing on my target, I am completely unaware of any of these so-called problems, and that's what is important to me. Any optic with an objective lens has an optical 'sweet spot' so I suggest experimenting w/the MRO at different locations to determine which is best for you. For me, that's as far back as possible which has the added benefit of maximizing FOV through the optic (which makes finding the reticle faster & easier when shooting from awkward positions with sloppy cheek weld). An unexpected optical bonus for me was the sharpness & clarity of the reticle. I have astigmatism and found the MRO's reticle to be less distorted than any of Aimpoint's or Eotech's offerings. Bottom line is you get legendary Trijicon toughness, a lifetime warranty, increased FOV, a well-thought-out ergonomic control setup in an optic that's not much bigger/heavier than the Aimpoint Micros for hundreds less. Five stars in my book!
    Recommended
    Great sight
    5 out of 5
    Location: Phoenix, AZ
    Date: September 6, 2018
    Received mine in less than a week. The red dot is clear and precise. Can't wait to go shoot it and zero it in.
    Recommended
    A Straightforward Red Dot
    5 out of 5
    Location:
    Date: June 20, 2018

    Trijicon MRO is a lightweight atop the weapon, doing it more straightforward to carry and move. Second of all, these sights are simple to use, and many have long battery life so that they may stay on and ready to go whenever you need them.

    Third, they take up less room on your safe than conventional riflescopes and bigger dot sights, allowing for easy storage and recovery. These aren't the many reasons to select a little red dot, but they are a good start. The Trijicon MRO is very comparable to Aimpoint's hugely grand Micro T-1 and T-2 tours, but barely identical. The most noticeable distinction is the MRO's larger objective lens, 25 mm when in comparison with the Aimpoint optics 20 mm.

    Also, the rheostat controlling the illumination and casing the battery is at the top of the sight as opposed to on the side. More on that later. Also, Trijicon MRO is 100% made in the U.S. The Trijicon MRO has a forged 7075 aluminum casing, the very same as Trijicon's combat known ACOG sights. It boasts 70 MOA of total adjustment, and the elevation and windage adjustments can be moved to utilize the rim of a cartridge case, as opposed to needing a unique tool. Its reticle is the MOA point that gives an easy-to-acquire aiming apparatus that does not cover an inordinate amount of most targets at distances where an unmagnified optics is likely to be used.

    The included CR2032 battery offers five years of life at the 3, brightness setting. As I mentioned, the battery is placed within the rheostat atop the Trijicon MRO. This has numerous advantages. It enables the shooter to easily keep a firing grip on the carbine when adjusting illumination since the service hand can reach over the view to turn it to the desired setting. In the same time, also, it allows the shooter to look at the environment by merely looking up without breaking her or his cheek weld since one need only move the eyes, maybe not the entire head, to see the illumination placing. Brightness options include two nighttime vision and six brightness settings, with the off, position located in the middle rather than at the minimal end. This is another superb invention on a little red dot since the consumer shouldn't cycle through almost imperceptible, dim degrees before locating the dot, it is going to be there instantly when the scope is turned on.

    Apparently, with the MRO's long battery life, the majority of us will abandon it on the 3rd visible setting, so no adjustment is required should we will need to place the carbine into action.

    The Trijicon MRO is available with three mounting possibilities: no base, a mid-range base, and a base that co-witnesses with standard elevation AR-15 iron sights, along with the bases will likely be available as aftermarket accessories. Given the MRO's quality and competitive cost, I wouldn't be surprised if, in the not very distant future, accessory makers assemble many different aftermarket bases to match landscapes on other firearms or offer additional benefits. I beat-up the Trijicon MRO sent for testing harshly.

    I spiked it like football on a concrete floor several times, dumped it in cold water, then dunked it in warm water and during all the abuse, its red dot continued to glow brightly while the glass along with the home remained unharmed. There were not any cracks in the glass, no dents in the aluminum and also no internal fogging. The MRO might not have produced a brand new category, but given its functionality in testing and its producer's reputation for quality, it isn't surprising that the MRO on top of the list for all those wanting high-performance red dot sights.

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