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Sig Sauer ROMEO4H Red-Dot Sight
The Sig Sauer® Electro-Optics™ ROMEO4H™ (Hunter series) Red-Dot Sight gives unlimited eye relief, enabling the user to acquire both the aiming point and the target at the same time, regardless of the eye's position behind the sight. This ROMEO4H utilizes a 1-MOA Red Dot Ballistic CirclePlex reticle, with 4 integrated reticle options to choose from (dot, circle/dot, dot with 3 holdover dots, or circle/dot with holdover dots). MOTAC™ (Motion Activated Illumination System) automatically turns the unit on when it senses motion, and it powers down when the weapon is idol. The Sig Sauer ROMEO4H Red-Dot Sight is constructed with an aircraft grade CNC aluminum housing, and it is waterproof rated at IPX-7. The unit comes with an integral quick-release mount, and clear, flip-open lens covers. Runs off 1 CR2032 battery (included). Manufacturer model #: SOR43012.
Made for rapid target acquisition
4 integrated reticle options
Motion activated on/off
Clear, flip-open lens covers
Waterproof rated at IPX-7
CNC aluminum housing
Web ID: 100013770
Rated 4 out of
Great sight for C308 and other HK91/CETME clonesIf you have a Century C308 or other HK91/CETME clone with rail welded to top of receiver, you might wan to consider this sight. Why? The height of the optic is very good for the rifle and the mount is made in a way that it allows you to sight through underneath with the iron sights. The mount wasn't intentionally designed to do this with a C308 but that doesn't change the fact that iron sights remain fully functional with this optic mounted. Keep in mind that my H&K variant has a CETME rear sight so I do not know if a HK91 drum sight will give same result but I suspect that it will. The two major criticisms I have for sight are that the throw lever and flip open scope covers could be a little more robust. What would I want added to the design? I would have very much liked an additional recticle setting with a 65 minute circle and no dots, commonly known as, "The doughnut of death". I also would have preferred 1 minute dots instead of 2 minute. Now that I have mentioned my criticisms I'll talk about what I liked. I like the long battery life, solar power and motion sensor activation. I also like the light weight compact sleek design that shouldn't snag on things. The recticle can be set bright enough for Arizona daylight. Overall, I think it is a relatively rugged design. I admittedly have not had the chance to shoot my C308 with this optic but based on my examination, I expect it to perform similar to my Aimpoints but I do fear the 2 minute dot might affect accuracy at ranges over 100 meters.
Date published: 2018-12-23
Rated 5 out of
Best sight for the purposeI put this on my new SIG MPX 9mm pistol. This sight is the perfect application for the purpose intended. You will never go wrong with this SIG
Per the Manufacturer -
"Currently there is no way to mount that optic on this firearm. It would require a top rail accessory mount, which does not exist, since the ROMEO4H is intended to be mounted on an M1913 rail. There’s also the matter of practicality since the 4H is fairly large for a pistol red dot, it’d be better suited on a rifle.
The M17 does, however, have a removable rear sight plate that would allow the customer to mount a ROMEO1 optic on it, as shown on this gun:
Here’s our product page for that sight:
We have all variations in stock, your cost on the standard (SOR11000) is $184.91 "
Answered by: BPSResource8
Date published: 2019-03-29
If installed on a Ruger Ranch Rifle in 450 Bushmaster any concerns over recoil ?
Asked by: bb360
Thank you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. This scope should work fine.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist1
Date published: 2019-02-05
Will it work on an AR?
Asked by: JenCincy
Thank you for your question, Jen!
As long as your rifle has M1913 Picatinny rails, then this sight will be compatible. Some of SIG's product demonstration videos show it mounted on an MSR; I'm not able to tell what caliber their rifle is, however, so on higher caliber rifles, like .308 or .50 Beowulf it may not hold its zero.
I hope this information helps!