(Article originally published on Tactical Life)
Looking for a red-dot sight for your MSR or AR? Never fear. Sig Sauer‘s growing lineup of red-dot sights in its Electro-Optics division now includes the ROMEO6. There are two models in the ROMEO6 family: the ROMEO6T and ROMEO6H. Both are ideal for tactical shooting situations. See below for the full announcement.
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Both the ROMEO6H and ROMEO6T are available with Ballistic Circle-Dot or Ballistic Circle-Plex Quad reticles. Each reticle style, the Circle-Dot and the Circle-Plex, has four user selectable reticle options allowing the user to toggle to the preferred reticle selection. For example, the Ballistic Circle-Dot reticle allows you to select between a 2 MOA Dot, a 2 MOA Dot with Ballistic Holds, a 2 MOA/65 MOA Circle-Dot or a 2 MOA/65 MOA Circle-Dot with Ballistic Holds. The ballistic hold-over aiming points subtend for 556 NATO and 7.62x51mm NATO rounds. The Ballistic Circle-Plex reticle offers the same Quad reticle functionality, but the 2 MOA Dot is replaced with a plex type reticle which has a 1 MOA Dot central aiming feature for precision mid to long range shooting, optimized for use with magnifiers such as the soon to be released SIG Sauer JULIET4 4X magnifier.
The ROMEO6T features a solar panel with two super capacitors that provide up to 9 hours of battery-free life with a battery backup for those long days in the field or at the range. This model features a 7075 aluminum housing for a lifetime of reliable service, regardless of how aggressively you use your sight.
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