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Old 01-28-2017, 07:20 PM   #16
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Sig Romeo 4. Works great so far. Only 200 round through it. After reading all this will wait and see
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Old 01-29-2017, 04:37 AM   #17
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Deltapoint Pro on Gen 2 MPX pistol. Co-witness perfectly with BUIS.
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Old 01-29-2017, 10:59 AM   #18
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I use the EOTech for mine and love it. I have a reminder on my phone to switch the batteries out once every three months. CR123 battery's are only like a buck online so this doesn't bother me.
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Old 02-14-2017, 06:26 AM   #19
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Vortex Sparc2.

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Old 02-17-2017, 08:23 AM   #20
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I bought the Sig Romeo 3 and it is FANTASTIC. Couldn't be better, easier or more perfect for the MPX.

Comes with a low riser for that sleek look and a high riser for co-witnessing (which is what I have done).

Easy to replace battery as it is on the side. All controls are simple and straight forward. Turns off when you don't use it and turns on when it detects movement.

Unlimited sight relief so you can mount it as far or close as you want.

Has the great warranty from Sig if there is any problems.

Totally competed my MPX. Already sighted in at 50 yds and hasn't lost its zero yet.

Highly recommend you check it out.
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Old 03-02-2017, 07:27 AM   #21
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I mounted DP-Pro to see how it would work. Well, unless I get me-self a set of matching gold teeth, it is not going to work



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Old 03-02-2017, 07:56 AM   #22
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My old TRS-25 fitted like a glove. Also, its larger dot actually works better on the MPX!



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Old 03-03-2017, 08:27 AM   #23
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Mike, I see your Votex Razor is mounted low. Is it because of the stock-cheek weld position that is lower that an AR platform?


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Vortex razor red dot on my MPX, light weight and I like the field of view.

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Old 03-04-2017, 05:33 AM   #24
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Mounted a Romeo 4B on my MPX. Am not going to SBR it and run it as a pistol. Zero'd at 25 yards. As long as I am steady, it is right on.
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Vortex Spitfire 1X for me. Great little prism scope that works well with my astigmatism.




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Not exactly a MPX but I put a Romeo5 on my 9mm AR build and absolutely love it. $170 on amazon and a very good budget alternative to an aimpoint. I have a primary arms advanced micro dot but the Romeo blows it out of the water. The motion activation is an awesome feature.

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I'm running a Romeo 5 on my MPX Pistol. Sign up for email from Primary Arms. They have been discounting these sights to $149.99 with $8 shipping.

I have astigmatism but the red dot on this sight appears as round and pure as the red dot on my MRO.
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I mounted an LCO... cool optic, let's see how it runs on the range



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Red dot sights are perfect for short range weapons like the MPX-C and MPX-P. Red dot come in 20 mm, 25 mm and 30 mm objective lenses with commensurate increases in the field of view as the lens grows larger. The trade off is that larger lenses are heavier.

My own criteria are that the sight must be very durable, must always be on without excessive battery drain, co-witness with the iron sights and have an excellent field of view.

On my MPX-C I have an Aimpoint PRO (30mm objective) and Vortex 3x magnifier with a zero of 50 yards. The PRO has 6 night vision settings that I don't use. On a setting of 7 the battery will last 3 years, but it gets changed every year. This device's design is truly battle tested by military and police worldwide.

On my MPX-P I have a Trijicon MRO (25mm objective) and the CR2032 battery will last 5 years on setting 3. It has 2 night vision compatible settings versus the 7 on the PRO and goes up to 6 in daylight. I'm using the 2 MOA version of the MRO.

The MRO has a limited lifetime warranty for the original owner while the PRO has a 10 year warranty for consumers, but is only 2 years for professional users and competitors.

The MRO's switch is not as easy to turn under the rubber covers that I have of both of mine. The PROs both turn very easily, but don't have rubber covers. My PROs came with clear rear lens covers, but the front cover had to be removed and $19 spent for a clear front lens cover that was not easy to change. Aimpoint does not want its lens covers to fall off accidentally and they succeeded to the point that they are difficult to change without cutting them off.

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I SBR'd my MPX. I'm using a Trijicon RX30 -- no battery required on this one. Does just great for me.
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I switched from the big Tricon to the venom and it works great.

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