Trijicon Offers $100 RMRcc Rebate Program Through September 2022

Luke C.
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Trijicon Offers $100 RMRcc Rebate Program Through September 2022

The RMRcc officially hit the firearms market in late 2020 and gave the micro-compact market a durable, reliable, and concealable option for concealed carriers. Weighing just one ounce, and featuring a battery life of up to 4-years, the Trijicon RMRcc shares many of the same great characteristics as its larger Type 1 and dual-illumination RMR brothers. Anyone who’s taken a look into purchasing any RMR will know that they don’t come cheap and that’s why Trijicon is excited to announce that between July 1st and September 30th, 2022, they will be offering a $100 RMRcc rebate for customers. Full rebate details are below.

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Trijicon Offers $100 RMRcc Rebate Program Through September 2022

Trijicon Offers $100 RMRcc Rebate Program Through September 2022

Trijicon Inc., global provider of innovative aiming solutions to military, law enforcement and individual consumers, is excited to offer a $100 consumer rebate on the Trijicon RMR®cc beginning July 1 and running through September 30, 2022. Only RMRcc optics purchased during this period will be eligible for the $100 rebate.

The rebate will be managed online at RMRccRebate.com where consumers can find terms and conditions along with the required proof of purchase information to receive the rebate. The rebate will be in the form of a check mailed directly to the consumer in 8 to 10 weeks after completion of the required online form.

Weighing a mere 1 ounce with battery installed and measuring less than 1 inch in width and height, the RMRcc is ready to pair with any pistol to provide the ultimate concealed carry setup. The RMRcc is constructed from 7075-T6 aluminum, tested to Military standards, and backed by The Science of Brilliant® testing methodology that Trijicon applies to every product. Its patented shape absorbs impacts and diverts stresses away from the lens and is designed to withstand the rigors of hard use under the most severe environmental conditions.

The RMRcc keeps all the great features of the RMR, including easy-to-use buttons, a common 2032 battery with up to 4 years of illumination, and a wide variety of mounts to fit today’s most popular concealed carry pistols. The RMRcc is available in either a 3.25 or 6.5 MOA dot size and provides a bright, illuminated aiming point under any condition. Best of all, the RMRcc is parallax-free, meaning simple “point and shoot” operation with superior accuracy.

For more information on the RMRcc rebate program please visit RMRccRebate.com or contact Trijicon, Inc. at 49385 Shafer Ave., Wixom, MI 48393 • Telephone: (248) 960-7700 • Follow @Trijicon on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

Trijicon Offers $100 RMRcc Rebate Program Through September 2022

The Trijicon RMRcc rebate program only requires a few questions and information to be filled out including your name, address, email address, purchase date, serial number, store/retailer you purchased it from, and a photo of both your receipt and the UPC code from the box that the RMRcc comes in. If you’ve been looking to pick up an RMRcc, this small rebate has just made that task a tad bit easier. Let us know if you’ve had experience with the RMRcc and what you think of it so far down in the comments below.

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Luke C.
Luke C.

Reloader SCSA Competitor Certified Pilot Currently able to pass himself off as the second cousin twice removed of Joe Flanigan. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ballisticaviation/

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  • HMSLion HMSLion on Jul 07, 2022

    Trijicon makes a stout piece of kit...but tends to stick with it beyond the point of obsolescence.

    • Beju Beju on Jul 07, 2022

      @HMSLion That can be part of the curse of being dependent upon large government buyers, who often want the proven thing over the hot new thing.

      Until they don't, and they go with a competitor's improved product, potentially after rejecting any of the updates you'd suggested over the years, while commercial sales of your dated products declined.

  • M Bear M Bear on Jul 08, 2022

    That bribe isn’t even enough to cover the cost of re-milling your slide in order to fit their proprietary, over-priced, under-featured, “us too” junk

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