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SIG Sauer Romeo7S 1x22 Compact Green Dot Sight - SOR75002
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SIG Sauer Romeo7S 1x22 Compact Green Dot Sight - SOR75002

SKU 5655103250
Model Number SOR75002
Brand Sig Sauer
UPC 798681624836
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Product Details


Brand: Sig Sauer
Model: ROMEO7S
Magnification: 1x
Objective Lens Diameter: 22mm
Adjustment Increments: 0.5 MOA
Total Windage Travel: 100 MOA
Overall Length: 81mm
Overall Width: 53mm
Height: 66mm
Weight: 7.7 oz
Reticle: 2 MOA Green Dot
Waterproofing: IPX 7
Battery: (1) AAA
Illumination Settings: 9 Daytime/ 2 NV
Mount Type: M1913 Picatinny
Color: Black


Introducing the ROMEO7S by SIG SAUER, a compact powerhouse you can rely on. This lightweight sight comes equipped with high-performance lens coatings, ensuring exceptional light transmission and dot contrast in all scenarios. Whether you prefer a red or green 2 MOA dot, the user-friendly rotary dial allows for effortless selection.

With SIG SAUER's MOTAC technology and the efficiency of a AAA battery, you get an incredible runtime of up to 50,000 hours. The ROMEO7S's compact dimensions and reduced weight, combined with unlimited eye-relief and parallax-free operation, make it the perfect companion for any mission ahead. Trust in the ROMEO7S to deliver unmatched performance in a sleek and reliable package.


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