March 03, 2021
By Joel J. Hutchcroft
Trijicon’s new RMRcc Miniature Reflex Sight is intended for use on concealed-carry pistols. In fact, that’s what the “cc” in the unit’s name stands for.
The new RMRcc is thinner and lower in profile than the company’s legendary RMR reflex sight. It weighs 1 ounce with the battery installed (it uses the same 2032 battery as the RMR) and is less than 1 inch wide and 1 inch tall. The RMRcc is built of 7075-T6 aluminum, and its patented shape is said to absorb impacts and divert stresses away from the lens. Like all Trijicon optics, it is designed to withstand the rigors of hard use under the most severe environmental conditions.
Like the popular RMR, the RMRcc has easy-to-use buttons and a wide variety of mounts so that it can be fitted to most popular concealed-carry pistols. The RMRcc is offered with either a 3.25-MOA red dot or a 6.5-MOA red dot. I have the 3.25-MOA dot and find it to be just right for the type of shooting I prefer, but both models provide bright, illuminated aiming points that are parallax-free.
The RMRcc features an automatic brightness mode, eight manual positions for custom settings, a Button Lock-In Mode that prevents accidental adjustments, and a Battery Conservation Mode that adjusts the aiming dot to ambient lighting conditions after 16.5 hours without a button push. The sight is adjustable for windage and elevation, and it is engineered to stand up to the heaviest .45 ACP and 10mm Auto recoil levels.
MSRP: $699; trijicon.com