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I just checked GovX. They have Romeo4A for 249.95. Might be worth the bump?


Take a ride to Woodbridge and visit Quantico Tactical. I believe they are a Sig Elite dealer and have LEO/Mil prices if you qualify. I ordered a Romeo 4M from them and waiting for it to arrive.


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I just bought a Romeo five from my local stealer. $150 Ill mount it and try it next weekend.
 
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A bit off topic, but I worked with three Romeo04 sights today, and I was very impressed with the windage and elevation adjustments. The clicks were audible and very distinct. The adjustments seemed very accurate and repeatable as well. I was also surprised to learn that the Romeo04 reticle can be switched between a plain dot and the circle/dot like an EOTech. I’ll be curious to see how the sights hold up, but at first blush I would definitely give one a second look.

After quickly and easily zeroing three rifles with the SIG sights, we checked the zero of an officer’s EOTech. We discovered that its settings had migrated 2 inches down and 2 inches right at 50 yards since the last time it had been checked. After chasing the zero all over the target we finally got it set (close enough), but I was again reminded of why I hate trying to zero EOTech sights.




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I just checked GovX. They have Romeo4A for 249.95. Might be worth the bump?


Take a ride to Woodbridge and visit Quantico Tactical. I believe they are a Sig Elite dealer and have LEO/Mil prices if you qualify. I ordered a Romeo 4M from them and waiting for it to arrive.


Just a vet now. Most .mil discounts went way when I earned my DD-214. But coming November I can shop online at the Navy exchange website. So I got that going for me.


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...we checked the zero of an officer’s EOTech. We discovered that its settings had migrated 2 inches down and 2 inches right at 50 yards since the last time it had been checked. After chasing the zero all over the target we finally got it set (close enough), but I was again reminded of why I hate trying to zero EOTech sights.


EOTechs in your department are allowed to be used in the field? I don't know anyone after the announcement who would give it their blessing.


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EOTechs in your department are allowed to be used in the field? I don't know anyone after the announcement who would give it their blessing.


Not my department, one I was assisting.
But now that you ask the question, I may prompt the officer to be more diligent about checking the zero and to take advantage of the refund program if it moves again.




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Dang I missed this price.

Turner’s Outdoorsman, in Southern California, has the Romeo 5 in their spring catalogue for $169.98.

https://www.turners.com/info/4ucrepev-35#.WMoT3411qM8

I guess I will keep trying Primary Arms.
Thanks for the info.



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