Trijicon RM02 Type 2: RMR LED Sight – 6.5 MOA Red Dot
Developed to improve precision and accuracy with any style or caliber of weapon, the Trijicon RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) Type 2 is designed to be as durable as the legendary ACOG. The RM02 is an LED sight powered by a standard CR2032 battery. Housed in rugged forged aluminum, the RMR Type 2 is extremely tough yet lightweight. New easy-to-use adjusters with audible clicks allow for quick windage and elevation adjustments. The new Trijicon RMR Type 2 is tougher than any alternative and suitable for military, law enforcement and hunting applications.
Features and Benefits of the Trijicon RM02 Type 2:
- Ambidextrous controls
- Tactile click adjustment
- Forged aluminum housing
- Automatically adjusts brightness
- Powered by a CR2032 battery
- Up to 4 years of continuous use
- 6.5 MOA red dot reticle
- Weighs just 1.2 oz with battery
Available Trijicon RM02 Models:
- RM02-C-700607: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot
- RM02-C-700608: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot w/ RM33 Picatinny Rail Mount
- RM02-C-700609: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot w/ RM34 Picatinny Rail Mount
- RM02-C-700610: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot w/ RM34W Weaver Rail Moun
- RM02-C-700611: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot w/ RM35 Mount (fits TA01NSN ACOG Models)
- RM02-C-700612: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot w/ RM36 Mount (fits 1.5x, 2x & 3x ACOG Models)
- RM02-C-700613: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA LED Red Dot w/ RM38 Mount (fits 3.5x, 4x, & 5.5x ACOG Models)
- RM02-C-700643: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA Red Dot Cerakote Sniper Gray
- RM02-C-700644: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA Red Dot Cerakote OD Green
- RM02-C-700645: Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED Sight - 6.5 MOA Red Dot Cerakote Flat Dark Earth
- Trijicon 6.5 red rmr type 2
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- Trijicon rmr 02
- Trijicon rmr type 2 adjustable led sight - 6.5 moa red dot reticle cerakote flat dark earth
- Trijicon reflex 2
Trijicon RMR dual illuminated quick links:
- Trijicon rm08g
- Trijicon rm05g
- Trijicon rm03
- Trijicon rm04
- RMR sight
- RMR red dot
- RMR optic
- RMR mount
The distinction between inferior quality and premium red dot sight is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Optics from the most trusted brands like trijicon. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
|Length x Width x Height||"1.8 in x 1.1 in x 1 in|
|(45.72mm x 27.94mm x 25.4mm)"|
|Weight||1.2 oz. (34.02g)|
|Reticle Pattern||6.5 MOA Dot|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Best of the three models
Very pleased with type 2. The auto-adjust brightness does a great job with little to no washout. I like not having to dial up the intensity manually when changing lighting environments. These will be replacing all of my old type 1s.
Best Red Dot Period!
Trijicon is a top name in optics. There are many companies now making optics for cheap that replicate Trijicon for a fraction of the price. Remember, you get what you pay for, and if you can’t see what your shooting, then you’re not going to hit your target. If you put a $50 optic on your firearm, then I sure hope it’s a HiPoint or another piece of junk. Don’t buy cheap when it comes to firearms, and don’t put cheap parts on anything. Buy quality that’s tried and true. Stuff that will take the abuse and last the life of the firearm. Trijicon offers just that. This is my 9th RMO to go on 9 different firearms. Not one problem out of any of them. As far as options, well, that’s another thing. What size MOE, RMO or RMR, or maybe a dual Illuminates, etc. I shoot primarily within 75 yards with everything I own. The majority of the time, I’m within 30, even with my assault rifles. For me getting on target quickly is a must, so I go with a larger MOE. Also, as I get older, my eyes are not as good, so the larger dot is easier to see and still doesn’t block out my target. The red dot is easier to pick up, and I don’t want buttons. I want simple, easy-to-use, and reliable optics. This is why I always choose Trijicon.
Trijicon 6.5 red rmr type 2 Works great
First red on a pistol. It is great! I wish I had done this sooner. I will be ordering 2 more in the near future. As I am a person with astigmatism I have found now difficulties with this sight, I also use astigmatism correcting contacts and glasses. As for having a slightly blurry dot, that’s what you should be seeing anyways. If your focused on the dot you not focused on your target. You want to be focused on your target and look through the dot, placing it on your target. Easy to sight. I use this for a daily appendix carry on a g19.
Great all light optic
I was looking for an optic that would provide the best sight alignment and sight picture in all levels of light. Looked at tritium and fiber optic. Both have their limitations. Considered a combination of the two, but the cost of the sights plus paying a gunsmith to install blow the "cost/benefit" of this choice. I considered a laser but disqualified that pretty quickly. A laser trains you to look where it's pointing and not at the front sight...not good, also. In low light, a laser allows you to see where your gun is pointed but also allows your adversary to follow the laser right back to your gun...again, very bad! My experience is that the RM02 is superior in all light conditions. It facilitates quick sight alignment and sight picture. It's like having a laser on your gun that only you can see. I'm so pleased I'm planning to get another for my other gun.
Trijicon RMR type 2
I have 2 RMR"s, a 3.25 and a 6.5 MOA dot. I can't decide which I like the best. Truly the best I have seen, I am happy with this product. I have them on my Agency Atms Glock 19 and my Gen 5 Glock 19
Installed waiting to Zero
I just got this for a Walther Q4 TAC. The TAC comes with three mounting plates, and the RMR fits one perfectly. Installation was relatively easy, but I was having problems adjusting the red dot until I remembered reading another review which warned against tightening the mounting screws too tight. Yep, this is what I had done, and after loosening them slightly, all was fine. Now I just have to get out to the range and zero the RMR. So far, so good. One note, although I had seen warnings about the possible futility to this, I went ahead and got an AImshot 9mm laser boresight. I should have heeded the warnings as although the boresight turned on, the tail cap would not allow the slide to close and the gun to go into battery. This meant the barrel was slightly pointed up, which made it useless for zeroing.
A bright clear red dot
I tried a few such dots. It is difficult to use a red dot with astigmatism, but one can, given a large enough dot, get used to where the dot is. This dot gets dimmer in the dark and its batteries should last long enough to replace the battery annually while always having it on. I am waiting for my pistol slide to be milled for it, but it works very well on a shotgun with a good base.
Trijicon RMR type 2
My first red dot on a pistol. It is great! I wish I had done this sooner. I will be ordering two more shortly. As I am a person with astigmatism, I have found now difficulties with this sight; I also use astigmatism correcting contacts and glasses. As for having a slightly blurry dot, that’s what you should be seeing anyways. Suppose you focused on the dot you are not focused on your target. You want to be focused on your target and look through the dot, placing it on your target. Easy to sight. I use this for a daily appendix carry on a g19.
this a very good sight, worth the extra money
The Trijicon RM02 sight is easy to install, easy to adjust and easy to aquire the target. It makes shooting steel a lot more fun