Trijicon Offers RMRcc Rebate Program

Save $100 on a red dot optic for your firearm.

posted on July 7, 2022
Trijicon rebate

Trijicon, a manufacturer of aiming solutions to military, law enforcement and firearm enthusiasts, is offering a $100 consumer rebate on its Trijicon RMRcc red-dot optic. The promotion launched July 1 and runs until Sept, 30, 2022. Only RMRcc optics purchased during this period are eligible for the $100 rebate.

To participate, proof-of-purchase information is required—including a photo of the UPC code on the optic’s box, store name, copy of the receipt and contact information. The application form, along with terms and conditions for the rebate, are available online. The rebate will be in the form of a check mailed directly to the consumer in eight to 10 weeks after the form is submitted.

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. The RMRcc is constructed from 7075-T6 aluminum, tested to military standards, and backed by The Science of Brilliant testing methodology Trijicon applies to every product. Its patented shape absorbs impacts, diverts stress away from the lens and is designed to withstand the rigors of hard use under the most severe conditions.

Jay Grazio reviewed the optic for Shooting Illustrated earlier this year and wrote, “When Scott Jedlinkski of Modern Samurai Project visited NRA HQ a few years back to give an impromptu red-dot class, he specifically mentioned the RMR as one of the most robust platforms he’d seen in classes. That same toughness carries over to the RMRcc, just in a (slightly) smaller package. If you’ve got a single-stack 1911, micro-9 mm double-stack or simply want a slightly thinner optic, the RMRcc is a standout choice.”

The RMRcc keeps all the features of the RMR, including easy-to-use buttons, a common 2032 battery with up to four 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. The optic is also parallax-free. 


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