Trijicon MRO Patrol 2.0 MOA Red Dot - Lower 1/3 QD Riser
The forged 7075-T6 aluminum housing is exceptionally durable with fully protected adjustments that hold zero even under rough handling. Advanced electronics also provide up to 5 years of continuous use of the ultra-sharp 2 MOA red dot. Fully sealed to the elements and just 4.1 oz without mount, the MRO Patrol is equally at home on rifles, carbines, and shotguns whether on the range or under the most demanding conditions.
The Patrol has been upgraded with lens covers and an anti-reflection device.
- Forged 7075-T6 housing
- 8 brightness settings including two night vision
- Wide 25mm objective lens
- Ambidextrous brightness knob
- Protected adjustments
- Up to 50,000 hours of battery life
- Powered (1) CR2032 battery
- Includes Lower 1/3 AR Height riser mount
Ratings & Reviews
I hate money.
by Dave -
Purchased for my duty rifle and I couldn’t be happier.
<br>The QD mount was great to quickly mount and move to figure out where I wanted it. As well as locking it into place was quick and solid (suppose to rezero on same rifle when removed and replaced).
<br>The caps are stiff (in a good way) they do not accidentally open when stored, they sit open in my car and closed when stored.
<br>I don’t notice any distortion or magnification while using this optic - there is a blue tint but it’s very mild and generally exist on RDS designed for Freedom Ops.
<br>The viewing angle is huge and great for CQC.
<br>Manufacturing is fantastic every edge of the housing is smooth and it doesn’t look janky - makes you look like a operator to impress all the ladies (or dudes - whatever).
<br>I use the killflash because it’s cool but have zero reason to use one as a ghetto street cop that works graves.
<br>Stand looks cool too - and we all know it’s all about looking cool.
Top tier optic
by Rocky -
The MRO I received is well above serial number 89K. Trijicon greatly improved the glass on models above 89K. It's nice. Very close 2nd to aimpoint micros. In some ways I like it more. The ARD (kill flash) is easily removable and the cap goes right back on. FOV is excellent for an RDS. Brightness settings cover all needs from NV to super bright daylight. No red splash. Dot easy to pick up with both eyes open. This optic is top tier. Only thing I'm uncertain of is the mount. Time will tell and there's plenty of aftermarket options.
Great Red Dot at a great price.
by Rascal -
Use a ratchet to tighten the QD mount a little more than hand tight. Numerous people have complained that this QD mount needs to be tightened more than hand tight. Look it up on commie tube.
<br>If using on Primary Weapon i'd employ canted irons. Having a kill flash is awesome but if you have to low or high crawl through mud it can become clogged and you will wish you had canted irons.
<br>I'm using a 1,000 lumen streamlight on my AR pistol for home defense and on level 3 the red dot isn't bright enough to see. Level 3 is the level they say can give you up to 5 years battery life. I'd leave it on 4, which i can see with my weapon light on and change the battery every 1 or 2 years and you're probably good to go.
<br>I wish Trijicon would give a battery life for each setting they offer.
<br>I own a T2 and 3x magnifier. I absolutely love that set up but honestly i'm really happy so far with this MRO...if that were to change for some reason i'd come back and mention any problems.