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    Trijicon MRO





    MSRP $579.00
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    Inyerestig, but why join a flooded market where Aimpoint is king? Hope the price point isn't rediculous. Of it's in the Aimpoint range which I would expect from Trijicon I feel as though everyone will stick with Aimpoint.

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    Rumor says price point is around $500.

    Looks cool but I likely won't be owning one any time soon.
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    Dimension are close to an Aimpoint Micro with a 5 mm larger objective lens. Will be interesting to see what mount these use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaur View Post
    Inyerestig, but why join a flooded market where Aimpoint is king? Hope the price point isn't rediculous. Of it's in the Aimpoint range which I would expect from Trijicon I feel as though everyone will stick with Aimpoint.
    Competition drives innovation and price

    Trijicon is a top tier product. I've owned/own both (Aimpoint and Trijicon) and I'd like to see this up close.

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    Rumored to be released by the end of the month. Some dealers are already taking pre-orders.
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    I'll bite.

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    It would be great if it used aimpoint micro mounts.
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    I've been pretty disappointed by the VCOG and the SRS, so I'm not holding my breath.

    I do like the 27mm vs the 22mm objective lens.

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    Trijicon makes a great product. If they built this around the ACOG "frame" and the price is comparable to an Aimpoint then I see this taking off. They built optics that can take a great deal of abuse. It would be a huge win for them if it took the Micro mounts as there are a ton out there. If not then I see that as a problem and it will likely never take off. Kind of like the SRS with either the thumb screws or that Borbo mount...... I like the optic but hate both mounts. I am also not sure why all of these optics are going to a 2 MOA dot...way to small in my opinion.

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    The mounts these will use are similar to the Aimpoint Micro mounts but different. I know the SRS gets bad reviews but I love my SRS02.
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    I agree. The SRS02 is superior to the Aimpoints. And the Bobro mount is one of my favorite red dot mounts. With a MSRP of 579 I would expect street prices of $500. With the disappointment of the T2 I think timing could not be better.

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    Grant from M4c posted that these use a proprietary mounting interface. Shucks.
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    Looks like a mini ACOG mount in that top photo.

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    While the VCOG was a huge fail, the AccuPower is pretty damn awesome.

    I'll buy one these...

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