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I recently bought a XL with a RomeZero. I saw a article that said the zero comes in either 3 or 6 MOA. How can I tell on the gun or case what I have? When I bought it I was not asked which one I wanted. My guess is the are all 3MOA for the factory installed bundles.
 

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You can consider putting a round target up at 25 yds. If you then aim the red dot at the target, the 3 MOA should cover .75 inches of the target and the 6 MOA will cover 1.5 inches.

From a practical POV, a 6 MOA should be a pretty BIG meatball out there.
 

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Sigs website states it’s 3 MOA.

 

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I had a 10 MOA dot on my IPSC gun, and it was amazing how easy it made shooting targets. You could go SO FAST!
 

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I prefer 3MOA or smaller dots. If I want a bigger dot, I can just crank up the brightness.
^^this, I have 6 moa for my glock 19 and it works just fine. It isn't too big but after using 2 moa on my ar15 if I had to do it over I'd go 3 moa on pistol.
 
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