There are plenty of reason to consider this small compact red dot sight. Yes it is an expensive optic but we’ve seen Police Departments in our area remove optics from Police Officers in training when they showed up with red dot sights that were made in China or were know to be inferior. Their exact quotes were that any sight that was not made by Trijicon, Eotech or Aimpoint it must be put under review and may not be approved. We’ve seen most police officers stick with whatever they could find in the $400 price range and that usually means an Aimpoint Pro or an Eotech, but many forget to consider the Trijicon RMR sights. There are many different optics to consider but the RMR has a very long battery life and is very lightweight.
Fiber optics have their limits, battery powered optics have their limits and you have to train to fight if your optics fail you. The Trijicon RMR sights we sell are flying out the door, primarily the RM08 green triangle. One of the things you have to consider is the brightness of a red dot and not always the size. A small red dot with a very bright setting may actually block your view as badley as a larger MOA dot. Sometimes if you want precision you have to consider going to a lower power setting and not always worry about your red dot size.