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Old 06-29-2020, 04:58 PM   #1
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Romeo 1 Pro or Delta Point Pro

P320 X-Carry (rev 2) optics question... Romeo 1 Pro or Delta Point Pro... which one and why?

Only pistol... new to shooting pistols... no "years old" iron sight habits to break... 68 year old eyes wearing progressive lenses... excited about the idea of just looking at the threat.
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Old 06-29-2020, 05:00 PM   #2
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DP brightness adjustment botton sucks

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Old 06-29-2020, 05:20 PM   #3
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I have a DPP on an X-Compact. I got the 7 MOA triangle and if I had it to do over would get the 3 MOA dot - triangle takes up lots of window. The brightness adjustment does suck, but once set it’s no big deal. My shooting is all indoors so I don’t need to make adjustments. Don’t use it on a carry or home defense weapon, so that’s why no adjustments.

I have an X-Carry Rev 1 and just ordered Romeo 1 original for it. I have a Romeo 1 on a P229 Legion RX and really like it. Nice crisp dot, easy to adjust. I also have a Romeo Zero on a P365XL that works beautifully. For my second X-Compact, I’ll likely try a Romeo 1 Pro.

A good number of folks don’t seem to like the Romeo dots from Sig. I’ve no complaints at all for the two I have and fully expect the inbound Romeo 1 original to work flawlessly as well. On the outside chance it doesn’t, I know Sig will take care of me.
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Old 06-29-2020, 06:01 PM   #4
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Hope this helps. I just purchased an M18 and furnished it with a DeltaPoint Pro. Day one it was perfect. Second time out I don't know what I did to it, but the dot was like a little starburst. This happened on late Friday afternoon, June 19th. My problem was that this Thursday, July 2nd I'm going to Sig Academy to take the Red Dot Domination class. I bought the DeltaPoint Pro on Amazon and there was no way I could return it and get another one in time. So on Monday June 22nd I called Leupold and explained what happened and asked for help. They immediately emailed me an overnight label. They fixed it and I had it back in my hands three days later on Thursday. It's perfect again. They said they cleaned the internals. The best customer service I have ever come across.
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Whichever one you end up with, youíll love it. These red dots are great for our aging eyes.
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I would appreciate any members' opinion on this topic that use either of these 2 reflex sights for USPSA Carry Optics Division.
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Thanks for the input Guys.

On the USPSA Carry Optics Question... I plan to try some competition and read several posts advising the larger 6MOA dot is best for that purpose... easier to pickup the larger dot quicker. But for finer accuracy (bull's eye shooting) or for greater distances, the smaller red dot.
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This might help you decide.

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I would appreciate any members' opinion on this topic that use either of these 2 reflex sights for USPSA Carry Optics Division.
You wonít go wrong with either but I personally like the 6MOA. I shoot carry optics, PCC and open in USPSA and all of my red dots are 6MOA. Itís easier and faster to acquire the dot and makes for fast and accurate shooting.
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I have RMRs, a Romeo 1, and an SRO...but no DPP.

The SRO is on my Carry Optics gun. If I didn't have the SRO, off the top of my head (take it with a grain of salt as I haven't shot with one), I would at least try a DPP before settling on a Romeo due to the taller window.

That said, for a carry or home defense gun I'd have no problems with a Romeo - I have on and run RMRs (also a "smallish" window) on my other home defense/carry guns. Net-net - it comes down to training. Whichever you go with just be sure to practice/train with it (the more the better).
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I ran a DPP 7.5 for the last year in CO. The problem with the 7.5 is it's a little washed out in bright sunlight being more of a "yellowish" color. It's definitely not "red"! The 7.5 is defined as a 7.5 moa "dot" in the triangle, so it's on the big side. I never had any issues with mine, but my son had battery connection issues with both of hi 2.5 moa DPPs. He's now running a couple Romeo3 MAX 6 moa.



Just switched to an SRO 5 moa and love it. It's nice having a round "red" dot!!!
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I have a DPP on my X Carry and a R1 (not Pro) on my RXF. I like them both. Best of luck trying to find an R1P. TBPH, I ran a Holosun on a BoBro mount on my X Carry and liked that, too. 1/2 tempted to go back to that from the DPP but I'm not a big fan of optics plates if I can avoid them.
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I've viewed as many images and videos as I can find online to see the difference between 3 and 6 MOA, and there is not much in local store inventories. there really does not appears that much difference between those two sizes, considering I'll likely NEVER take a 100 yard shot and rarely 50. So considering my rapidly aging eyes, and likely shorter target distances, I'm going with 6 MOA... IF I CAN FIND ONE IN STOCK ANYWHERE!
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Whichever one you end up with, youíll love it. These red dots are great for our aging eyes.
Red dots are great for any age eyes. What could be easier than putting the dot on the target, both eyes open and squeezing the trigger? POA is POI.

Not more looking at the front post with blurry target, no more equal height/equal light. Dot on the target and go!
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P320 X-Carry (rev 2) optics question... Romeo 1 Pro or Delta Point Pro... which one and why?

Only pistol... new to shooting pistols... no "years old" iron sight habits to break... 68 year old eyes wearing progressive lenses... excited about the idea of just looking at the threat.
I am the same age you are. I have no experience with the Delta Point Pro. I have the Romeo 1 Pro mounted my X Compact and have it to be a good sight. I would recommend you get the 3 MOA version.
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