SIG Sauer Romeo5 1x20mm
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Sig Sauer Romeo5
Sig Romeo 5 Review (2022): Is this Red Dot Sight Worth it?
Not sure if the Sig Romeo 5 is worth your money?
Then you’ve come to the right place.
I’ve hand-tested every single feature on this red dot. Even after 5,000 rounds, this optic still checks all the boxes for me.
Here’s my complete Sig Romeo 5 review to help you decide if it’s a worthy investment.
Let’s get started!
|Features||Sig Romeo 5|
|Magnification Range||1x fixed|
|Reticle Type||2 MOA red dot|
|Dimensions||62.7mm x 38.1mm x 38.6mm|
|Objective Lens Diameter||20mm|
The Sig Sauer Romeo 5 is a great red dot sight choice for both beginners and veteran shooters for optimum operational safety.
When it arrived at my doorstep, I was as excited as a kid in a candy shop. I read so many 5-star reviews and wanted to check it out myself.
The box was generic-looking, but it came with everything advertised. It took about 5 minutes to install and off to the range I went.
For its price tag, this optic is impressive. You get everything that higher-end red dot sights come with but at a fraction of the cost and weight.
Now It’s Your Turn
I hope you enjoyed my Sig Sauer Romeo 5 review.
Now I want to turn it over to you:
What do you think about the Sig Romeo 5? Or perhaps you already bought it and would like to share your thoughts.
Either way, let me know by leaving a quick comment down below.
What comes with the Sig Romeo 5?
The Kit includes:
Silicon Lens Cap
CR2032 Coin Battery
Co-witness 1.41in riser mount
M1913 Picatinny low mount riser
Is the MOTAC highly sensitive?
Yes, it’s very sensitive. There is a good chance that it would stay on with the slightest movement. I recommend manually turning it off to override this motion activation when in a moving vehicle. That way, you can extend battery life.
The 2 MOA red dot is crisp and round. It doesn’t starburst at higher intensity settings. Even users with astigmatism love this optic.
What’s the difference between Sig Sauer Romeo 4 and 5?
Both red dots are very similar in design but they also offer significant differences in their features. For example, both have long-lasting battery life and excellent durability. But, Romeo 4 treats you with 4 reticle choices while Romeo 5 only has the standard red dot. It also boils down to personal preference. For a complete comparison, check out my Romeo 4 vs Romeo 5 review!