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Minnesota State Highway Patrol Adopts SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO4H Optic

NEWINGTON, N.H., (March 14, 2019) –SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to announce the Minnesota State Highway Patrol has adopted the ROMEO4H red dot sight for the official duty rifle systems of the Minnesota State Troopers. The Minnesota Highway Patrol is comprised of over 550 troopers that concentrate primarily on traffic enforcement, highway safety, and statewide law enforcement.

“As technology advances we are seeing more and more law enforcement agencies acquiring tactical sights to enhance their officer’s capabilities and accuracy,” began Tom Jankiewicz, Executive Vice President, Law Enforcement Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “The SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO4H that’s being utilized by the men and women of the Minnesota State Highway Patrol is easy to operate, extremely versatile, and is a great enhancement to their firearms systems.”

The SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO4H is a closed red dot sight designed for semi-automatic MSR platforms and shotguns that easily adjusts to varying ambient lighting, weather, and terrain conditions. The sight utilizes an ultra-efficient red LED illumination for daylight visibility and extended runtime, and features four onboard reticle options, MOTAC activation with 50,000+ hours of battery life, and a ruggedized QD mount.

“The ROMEO4 series of red dot sights was developed for use by law enforcement, elite government, and military agencies. It’s the ultimate red dot sight for fast, accurate, target acquisition in any tactical scenario, and we are honored to have the ROMEO4H in use with the Minnesota State Highway Patrol,” concluded Andy York, President SIG SAUER Electro-Optics.

Local distributor Streicher’s of Minneapolis will provide product locally.

For more information about the SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO4H visit sigsauer.com.

13 Responses to “Minnesota State Highway Patrol Adopts SIG SAUER Electro-Optics ROMEO4H Optic”

  1. Lt. Dan says:

    I wonder if the auto-on feature would get activated by riding around in a patrol car?

    • Richie says:

      Yes, even the engine vibration when parked would be enough to keep the dot on all the time

  2. tangloppen says:

    why bother with the shady SIG marketing crap?
    sure, with that salespitch, the mallninjas are going batshit

    just go with an aimpoint, not this SIG crap

    • Ton E says:

      I love my Aimpoint PRO but the 2 Romeo 5’s I have are giving it a run for its money.

  3. Jack Breacher says:

    Heard SIGs pricing is so aggressive, smaller departments who cant conduct stress tests and whatnot are simply going with their stuff. Wonder how they can bring the prices down so much. I dont think they can sell this much without a profit.

  4. joglee says:

    Looks like an Aimpoint knockoff made in China.

  5. Ray Forest says:

    At an agency that had Sig handguns previously so the rep made the same easy sale on Sig Rifles. Improperly staked carrier key bolts. Some have snapped off. Very obviously not grade 8. Hex heads appear rounded inside and painted not finished. Local SO uses Sig and same thing. They make it so enticing to just go all Sig guns. The rifles are just not impressive. It makes me wonder about the optics push as well.

  6. Stephen says:

    ahahahahhaahha, i bet they didn’t even test it in the crazy climate changes we see in MN, a 130° temp. shift throughout the year is common so i would be curious to see how these hold zero vs everything else available. The funny thing is we had the perfect weather to do just that recently!

  7. Ohbilly says:

    Not a rip off, They clearly changed the brightness setting! Gawd Daymn