Trijicon RX30

Trijicon RX30

The new Trijicon RX30 nonmagnified, self-luminous reflex sight features a large 42mm clear aperture lens for a generous field of view that offers both the biggest sight picture available and better illumination than ever before.

With no batteries to rely on, this dual-illuminated sight features both fluorescent fiber optics and a tritium lamp for a clearly defined aiming point in any light condition. The glow-in-the-dark tritium provides amber reticle illumination in dim light, and the fiber-optic system automatically controls the brightness of the reticle in all other light conditions. The Trijicon RX30 features advanced multilayer-coated lenses for superior, distortion-free light transmission. And a large 30-MOA adjustment range allows for more versatility in mounting to various firearms.

The Trijicon RX30 reflex sight measures 4.87 inches long, 2.07 inches wide, and 2.22 inches high. It weighs 12.5 ounces. The unit is cast of A356-T6 aluminum with hard-coat anodizing, per MIL-A-8625 specification. It is also tested per MIL-ST-810F to stand up to the most extreme environmental conditions. It is compatible with all existing Trijicon reflex mounts except the RX10, making it great for use on a wide range of firearms.


For more information, contact Trijicon, 49385 Shafer Ave., Wixom, MI 48393; www.trijicon.com.


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