Put the Trijicon RMR Type 2 Where?

By Clay Martin
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Put the Trijicon RMR Type 2 Where?

September 6th, 2019

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When we think of the gold standard of pistol optics, what immediately comes to mind? The Trijicon RMR of course, legendary for survival in a realm that shatters optics with alarming regularity. This week, we are taking a look at the new RMR Type 2, but in an unorthodox role.

The original RMR was as hard as a coffin nail, no doubt about that. I have one of the early models with over 10,000 rounds on it that is still running strong. But the Type 2 does manage to lever in some upgrades. The electronics are further hardened, and a new battery connection system ensures no loss of power.

So while this is normally a pistol optic, what else is it useful for? It actually makes a surprisingly good rifle red dot replacement. If you are looking for a low-profile red dot for either a SAINT rifle or pistol, the RMR Type 2 fits the bill. With the lowest possible mount, there are some trade offs. But, if small is your need, nothing else is quite like it. In this week’s video, we take a test drive of the RMR and SAINT Edge rifle at both CQB and mid range.

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Clay Martin

Clay Martin

Clay Martin is a former USMC Infantryman, Reconnaissance Marine, and Scout/Sniper. Cross decking to the US Army in 2003, he retired as a Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant from 3rd SFG (A). Clay has been a competitive shooter in USPSA, 3 Gun, and PRS disciplines, as well as a contract instructor for marksmanship and Close Quarters Battle. Aside from being a gunslinger, Clay is the author of Last Son of the War God, and the soon to be published Sword of the Caliphate series. He currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, sons, and pack of feral dogs.

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