SIG Sauer Romeo-M17
Most miniature red dots available today have open, exposed emitters, susceptible to dust, lint, water droplets, and other particles obscuring or distorting the dot as it’s reflected upon the optics lens, severely disrupting the user’s ability to aim their pistol effectively. Knowing a thing or two about duty pistols, SIG Sauer has engineered an all-new fully enclosed and gas-purged red dot reflex sight complete with distortion-free aspherical glass lenses aptly named the ROMEO-M17 designed for its P320-series pistol.
This optic is absolutely loaded with desirable features, such as a new and very robust flexure-arm adjustment system made of the same Beryllium Copper found in many riflescope designs and a housing that is forged and machined from 7075 Aluminum with an integrated loaded chamber indicator (LCI), gas deflector, and machined anti-reflection grooves on all rear facing surfaces for reduced glare. The optic also incorporates a high-efficiency point source red LED emitter with a 2 MOA dot/32 MOA circle reticle, independent brightness adjustment buttons, 15 brightness settings, including night vision settings, and a side-mounted CR2032 battery compartment with a threaded battery cap so the optic does not need to be removed from the pistol for battery changes. The ROMEO-M17 has a minimum continuous runtime of 50,000 hours at medium brightness settings and utilizes MOTAC (Motion Activated Illumination), MAGNETAC (Magnetic Activation), and D.A.R.C (Dark Adaptive Reticles & Coatings) technologies. For more information, contact SIG Sauer; Tel.: (603) 610-3000; Web: www.sigsauer.com