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Old 06-14-2020, 06:34 AM   #16
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Resting on the top of both optics.
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Old 06-14-2020, 08:30 AM   #17
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ETA: Crow eating time. I did all these posts on very little time for observation. I am not altering them, but will explain. Upon close inspection, the sight cut I had done on the P365 is more shallow than the factory cut on the P365xl. That explains why the Romeo looked smaller.
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I have to admit I like the form factor of the Romeo0 much better. I would wager the Sentinel is superior in quality, material, build, and durability. I haven't had the opportunity to shoot either, let alone check battery life, torture test, or compare dot brightness in multiple scenarios.

Since the Romeo0 allows co witness with irons and has a rear sight built in and the Sentinel does neither, I am only going to be able to use iron sights on one pistol no matter which I mount on which pistol. Since the Romeo0 is lower profile, I am going to switch it to the smaller pistol.

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So the Romeo lost a lot of the edge it had in the form factor department. Literally the only edge it has now is included rear irons.
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Can you do a drop test? j/k

Nice to see more competition and most imporant, availability. I was impatient and overpaid for a SMSc but will get one of the aluminum body RDS next.
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So the Romeo lost a lot of the edge it had in the form factor department. Literally the only edge it has now is included rear irons.


How well did the Sentinel do at the range?
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How well did the Sentinel do at the range?
Can’t speak for his/hers, but mine did great. Quick to zero, held zero throughout, and auto brightness worked as advertised. Didn’t even get very dirty through 200 rounds. Only issue I see is with auto brightness model only - dot gets very dim in the dark.

Mine is mounted on a Nameless Arms plate on a P365 SAS, so no sights to co-witness (which I don’t do with any of my RDS’ unless it just happens to work out that way).
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I found the sentinel for sale at a shop in Mississippi, but still deciding between it and the Holosun.
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I found the sentinel for sale at a shop in Mississippi, but still deciding between it and the Holosun.
You know what they say...bird “in hand” = two in the bush (as in perpetually non-shipping Holosuns). Plus Sentinel needs no modification to fit RZero footprint.
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You know what they say...bird “in hand” = two in the bush (as in perpetually non-shipping Holosuns). Plus Sentinel needs no modification to fit RZero footprint.

True. I found the 507k in stock so ordered one. Edited *After using the Holosun there’s no way I’d go to a small dot optic with my eyes. *

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