The new Trijicon RMR
The RMR collimator has dominated the market of mini collimators for some time now and is mounted on many pistol models. It can be seen on Glocks of used by the most popular "tactical" Youtubers. It is worth mentioning, however, that the first models of the aforementioned collimators were unreliable and only the Type 2 model turned out to be a product one can rely on.
This time, the American company, in order to meet the increasingly expanding market of subcompact pistols (Springfield Armory Hellcat, Glock G48, Smith & Wesson Shield, SIG Sauer P365) and the growing popularity of electro-optics on this type of weapons, introduces a scaled down version of its flagship mini collimator to the market called the RMRcc (Concealed Carry).
The RMRcc retains all the features of the RMR collimator, including easy-to-use buttons, the 2032 battery power source, providing up to 4 years of operation and a wide range of mounts to fit the most popular modern subcompact pistols. The RMRcc is available with a dot size of 3.25 or 6.5 MOA, and the manufacturer ensures that there is no parallax problem.
The Trijicon's new product has been designed to be thinner than the classic RMR, making it ideal for mounting on popular pistols feed from narrow single stack magazines and compact pistols. The RMRcc is also well suited for mounting on Type 1911 pistols and is tough enough to withstand the strong recoil generated by .45 ACP and 10 mm ammunition.
For maximum reliability, the RMRcc has an automatic brightness mode and 8 manual custom settings. The button lock mode prevents accidental change of brightness settings and the battery saver mode adjusts the brightness to the lighting conditions after 16.5 hours without pressing a button to further extend battery life.
Another structural change in the RMRcc relative to the RMR, apart from size reduction, is the position of the lens in the emitter. You can see it in the photo. It is located slightly higher than in the RMR. It seems that such a solution can improve the aiming speed as the RMRcc lens is perfectly aligned with the rear of the collimator housing.
The MSRP for the RMRcc is the same as its counterpart, the RMR, which is 699 USD.