SIG SAUER Romeo5 Compact Red Dot Sight (2 MOA Red Dot Illuminated Reticle, Graphite)

BH #SISOR52001 • MFR #SOR52001
SIG SAUER
SIG SAUER Romeo5 Compact Red Dot Sight (2 MOA Red Dot Illuminated Reticle, Graphite)
Key Features
  • 2 MOA Red Dot Reticle
  • MOTAC: Motion-Activated Illumination
  • 1x Magnification
  • 1/2 MOA Impact Point Correction
Powered by a single CR2032 battery the Sig Sauer Romeo5 ${PrN} Compact Red Dot Sight is a truly battle-ready gun sight. Its optics are enhanced with the SpectraCoat anti-reflection coatings for high transmission across the entire visible spectrum and deliver bright and crisp images. The reticle offers a 2 MOA brilliant red dot with eight illumination settings for daytime target acquisitions and two low-light settings for night vision equipment. The illumination circuit has a special Motion-Activated Illumination function (MOTAC) for powering up and down the reticle depending on the level of movement. It also helps to extend the battery life to 50,000 hours in normal use.
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SIG SAUER ROMEO5 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Reticle
  • 3Optical Performance
  • 4Use and Handling
  • 5Construction

Powered by a single CR2032 battery the Sig Sauer Romeo5 ${PrN} Compact Red Dot Sight is a truly battle-ready gun sight. Its optics are enhanced with the SpectraCoat anti-reflection coatings for high transmission across the entire visible spectrum and deliver bright and crisp images. The reticle offers a 2 MOA brilliant red dot with eight illumination settings for daytime target acquisitions and two low-light settings for night vision equipment. The illumination circuit has a special Motion-Activated Illumination function (MOTAC) for powering up and down the reticle depending on the level of movement. It also helps to extend the battery life to 50,000 hours in normal use.

To endure the toughest battlefield conditions, the housing is CNC-machined from a single piece of aluminum and provides a waterproof and fogproof performance. The sight offers two Picatinny mounting options: a standard torx Picatinny mount and an absolute co-witness Picatinny riser mount. The Picatinny co-witness mount offers a see-through base that allows for sure sighting and raises the optical axis 1.41" above the rail.

Reticle

  • 2 MOA Red Dot reticle
  • LED illumination
  • 8 day settings
  • 2 night vision settings
  • Powered a single AAA battery for up to 50,000 hours
  • MOTAC function powers up and down illumination depending on the level of motion

Optical Performance

  • 1x magnification
  • 20mm objective lens diameter
  • SpectraCoat full multi-coatings deliver high transmission across the entire visible spectrum
  • Unlimited eye relief

Use and Handling

  • 1/2 MOA impact point correction
  • 80 MOA windage and elevation
  • Rubberized brightness adjustment pad

Construction

  • Aluminum housing
  • CNC-machined from a single piece
  • Ultralight and durable
  • Stealth ID trapezoidal surface angles reduce glint from the housing
  • Picatinny co-witness 1.41" riser mount
  • Picatinny low-profile mount
  • Waterproof, rated IPX7
  • Rubberized eyecup
  • Impact-resistant
UPC: 798681553396

SIG SAUER ROMEO5 Specs

General
Reticle2 MOA Dot
Reticle ColorRed
Power Source1 x CR2032
Runtime5000 Hours
MountingPicatinny / Weaver
Optics
Magnification1x
Objective Lens Diameter20 mm
Adjustments
Impact Point Correction1/2 MOA
Windage Adjustment80 MOA
Elevation Adjustment80 MOA
Physical
Water ResistanceIPX7
DimensionsL: 2.5 x W: 1.5 x H: 1.5" / L: 6.4 x W: 3.8 x H: 3.8 cm
Weight5.1 oz / 144.6 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.8 x 3.6 x 3.1"
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Which mounts are included?

Which mounts are included?
Asked by: Paul
The SIG SAUER Romeo5 Compact Red Dot Sight.Comes with a Absolute Co-Witness Picatinny Riser Mount and a Low-Profile Picatinny Mount.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2018-12-26

Depending on the source (Midway, BH Photo, online ...

Depending on the source (Midway, BH Photo, online Sig owners manual) the Romeo5’s dot size is reported as 4, 2, or 1/2 MOA. Can anyone confirm which spec is correct for this model?
Asked by: Paul
2 MOA is on the MFR website.
Answered by: david
Date published: 2021-03-25

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Will this handle the recoil of a .44mag?
Asked by: Paul H.
The SIG SAUER Romeo5 should be not be a problem for a 44mag
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Would this handle a 12 gauge shotgun?
Asked by: Anonymous
Are you using the shot gun with slugs, do you have a rifled barrel? I'm sure it could be used if theres a way to mount it.
Answered by: David D.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Will this work for a SIG MPX 9?
Asked by: Anonymous
In my honest opinion I think this is one of the best, if not the best choice for that weapon. I can not believe how perfect the red dot is on the Romeo5, even with OLD eyes! I have my Romeo5 mounted on a CZ Scorpion which is a 9mm about the same size as your weapon. Ilove the way this red dot works.Bruce Marston
Answered by: BRUCE M.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Will it work with one of the variance of AK 47 Galil Ace?
Asked by: Igor R.
I think so it's a close quarters red dot it is not platforms for specific fire arms I think it's will serve u up to 100 yards with the 7.62 round or more depending on your experience
Answered by: Gary V.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Would this work for a Ruger SR556
Asked by: Anonymous
Certainly. It mounts on the picatinny (1913) rail and comes with a low rise mount, and a high rise mount that should line up with your iron sights.
Answered by: David B.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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What's the warranty for this product?
Asked by: Anonymous
To my knowledge, if this sight fails for ANY REASON Sig will repair of replace the unit at no charge. You can not loose buying this sight. It is the best money I have spent on optics. I will never by another Aimpoint.
Answered by: Jeffrey W.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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