New: SIG Sauer Romeo2 Red-Dot Sight

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posted on February 20, 2022
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SIG Sauer Electro-Optics has announced the Romeo2 red-dot optic (MSRP: $779.99) is now shipping. About its new reflex sight, the company says it’s “built for maximum durability and tested to withstand the extreme environments of every mission.”

Romeo2 mounted on pistol
SIG says the Romeo2 boasts a long battery run time of 25,000 hours at the medium setting.


A red-dot reflex sight, the Romeo2 includes a molded glass aspheric lens with high-performance coatings for superior light transmittance, selectable circle-dot reticle available in 3-, 6- or 10-MOA sizes, along with D.A.R.C. (Dark Adaptive Reticles and Coatings) technology to provide ideal reticle brightness and target clarity while using a Gen3+ night vision device. There are 12 daylight settings and three night-vision ones. Additionally, MOTAC (motion-activated illumination system) and MAGNETAC (magnetic activation) technology automatically turns the optic off when holstered and on when drawn.

The Romeo2 has a 7075-aluminum housing and comes with two steel shrouds for three different optic configurations—including fully enclosed and sealed. In addition, the Romeo2 will fit all SIG pistol slides with the PRO slide cut, and many other slides cut to accept the DPP. Plus, a spring-loaded side battery tray with push-button release allows a battery change without the need to remove the optic from the firearm.

The overall length of the Romeo2 is 1.84 inches and the overall width is 1.32 inches.

The Romeo2 was designed, developed, tested and assembled in the United States. Learn more at sigsauer.com.


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