First Look: Trijicon RMRcc

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posted on September 7, 2020
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Trijicon is an industry leader in miniature reflex optics and now the company is introducing the RMRcc, a thinner, lower profile sight that is based on the popular Trijicon RMR sight. The RMRcc provides fast, both-eyes-open target acquisition, accurate aiming, and proven reliability for defensive pistols.

“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.”

Weighing 1 ounce with the battery installed and measuring less than 1 inch in width and height, the RMRcc is ready to pair with any pistol. The RMRcc is constructed from 7075-T6 aluminum that is tested to military standards and backed by Trijicon's rigorous testing methodology.

The patented shape of the sight is designed to withstand the rigors of hard use under the most severe environmental conditions by absorbing impact and diverting stress away from the lens. The RMRcc retains all the great features of the RMR, such as easy-to-use buttons, a common 2032 battery that provides up to 4 years of illumination, along with a wide variety of mounts to fit today’s most popular concealed carry pistols. The RMRcc is available with either a 3.25 or 6.5 MOA dot size to provide a bright, illuminated aiming point under any condition.

The parallax-free RMRcc is designed to be thinner than the Trijicon's RMR sight, 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 is durable enough to stand up to the harsh recoil generated by guns chambered in .45 ACP and 10 mm. Windage and elevation adjustments allow for quick and easy zeroing with no need for any special tools or devices.

The RMRcc features an automatic brightness mode and eight manual positions which allow the user to customize the settings to their preferences. A "button lock-in" mode prevents accidental adjustments to the brightness setting. To further extend the battery life, a "battery conservation mode" adjusts the aiming dot to ambient lighting conditions after 16.5 hours without a button push.

MSRP for the Trijicon RMRcc is $699, and more information on this sight and other products from Trijicon is available at trijicon.com.

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