Sig Goes Modular in Pistol Red Dots
New Hampshire-based Sig Sauer this week announced that the new Romeo 2 red dot is now shipping, in a choice of four different reticles
Billed by Sig as designed and built “for the most rugged and adverse conditions” the Romeo 2 uses a 7075 aluminum housing that features a modular shroud system including two steel shrouds to provide multiple layers of protection and allow the user to configure their optic in three different profiles.
Two steel shrouds and a polycarbonate rear window allow the Romeo 2 to be used in three different configurations from open to fully enclosed. The optic is rated IPX7 when it comes to waterproofing. (Photo: Sig)
It also is night-vision friendly for goon work, with Sig’s Dark Adaptive Reticles & Coating system and three of the 15 brightness settings are specifically for use with PNVs. A MAGNETAC system automatically turns off the optic when holstered with a compatible holster and turns in on when drawn. (Photo: Sig)
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