I'll share my experience, but most of the time, my ACRO sits in the safe, dark and alone :-)
Could the non-availability of an optics-ready model of the VP9 be due to a lack of interest from Hecker & Koch's United States operation? Are the available VP9 variants determined by them, and the SFP9 variants determined by the German operation? This might explain why there are minor differences in SFP9 and VP9 configurations.
Nah, I’ll keep dismissing it as with target-focused shooting I don’t even see the screen. I see the target and a dot over it. No tint, no screen, no anything.
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When the target is small enough to fit completely in the RMR'd FOV, suddenly the target can get a little less defined, since now you have two different images your brain is trying to turn into one, which is where the slow down occurs. It isn't huge for me, maybe .15 difference in splits when shooting at unpainted 4" steel squares at 25 yards in the rain... but it's noticable and consistent for me (low CRI WMLs don't help either). A niche area, for sure, but hey, I like shooting smaller targets at range, so it's an issue I care about.
I'll also note that I would strongly prefer the RMR to keep the tint, and have a better battery life, than to be less tinted and have weaker battery life, given how the RMR needs to be unmounted to change the battery life, and the tint truly isn't a huge issue.
Last edited by Defaultmp3; 01-14-2020 at 04:56 PM.