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FYI, my Aimpoint ACRO is on the way to me today from https://www.sportoptics.com/aimpoint...dot-sight.aspx for $552. *delivered*
Being an Aimpoint, I am willing to take the gamble.
 
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https://youtu.be/4qY0fBN_Heo

And here’s the latest, the SRO. Same footprint as the RMR but with more glass and a top loading battery.
 
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I really hope this brings the prices of RMR's down being that it's the latest and greatest. I know its function over fashion but the new Trijicon SRO is fugly in my opinion...





 
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I'll stick with Type 1 for now and buy a cookie of more if the price plummet further. There some discussion on P&S that type 2 are failing more often than Type 1....
 
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I compared the ACRO and the SRO side by side at the NRA Show in Indy today, and the SRO was easily the winner in dot acquisition but the ACRO won in some other areas.
 
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Originally posted by Biggy:
I compared the ACRO and the SRO side by side at the NRA Show in Indy today, and the SRO was easily the winner in dot acquisition but the ACRO won in some other areas.


I can't hold my breath any longer. Eek In what areas did the ACRO win?


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Everything else.
 
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I just shot my first match with my new SRO. It easily bests my RMR. The dot is easy to pick up, easy to track, and there is no goofy tinting. It is the dot to beat.

I haven’t seen an ACRO yet but I suspect it on,y beats the SRO in the closed optic format factor.

I have Aimpoints and a dot is a dot. The SrO glass is clear and big and the hood seems plenty sturdy for all but the most extreme abuse. It “suffers” from the same limitation of any projected dot. I don’t open carry nor duty carry so that is a meaningless issue to me.

If you like the RMR or the Deltapount Pro, you are going to love, love, love, the SRO. Love. No exaggeration. Everyone who handled it liked it.
 
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Most of the Acro complaints have been size (for looks) and battery life. Keeping it on useful levels of illum leads to about a month of life, from what I've seen posted.

Acro is more durable and useful with precipitation.

I have an RMR on a rifle, but I'll be waiting a year to see how the SRO / ACRO Thunderdome match sorts itself out. Wink
 
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Good to hear. Cost of SRO though is pretty high.
 
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I've got a Romeo 1, I like it. Looking at RMRs and now the SRO interests me more than the RMR.




 
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