New Products from SIG Sauer Electro Optics

When OSG senior digital editor Lynn Burkhead traveled to Indianapolis for coverage of the NRA’s 148th Annual Meeting, John Nichols of Sig Sauer Electro Optics gave him a look at the company’s new products including the updated ROMEO1 Pro reflex sight which features a protected steel shroud, 12 brightness settings, and up to 20,000 hours of battery life. Fitted upon a Sig Sauer M17, this sight features clear glass, crisp red dots, a bigger field of view, and top loading battery access, all the kind of things that help competition shooters, military and law enforcement shooters, and plinkers out on the back-40 range. Add in the company’s ROMEO 3XL reflex sight – which has a beefed up battery door on the side, a nearly 35mm window, extremely clear glass, 3 or 6 MOA dots, 12 brightness settings, and up to 25,000 hours of battery life – and now you’ve got a great reflex sight for a Sig Sauer X5 competition handgun, a rifle, or even a spring turkey shotgun. Finally, there is the new ROMEO 3MAX reflex sight, a product that features all kinds of input and innovation from Max Michel, Jr., the Sig Sauer Shooting Team captain and multiple time world champion. Thanks to Max’s input, this new sight brings a big hoop design and championship innovation designed to aid competition shooters and plinkers enjoying some weekend fun on the target range!

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