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Sig Sauer Juliet3-Micro 3X Multiplier

Recently I picked up the Primary Arms PA SLx 1X and since then I found a need for another 3x multiplier. Having thoroughly wrestled with myself on getting a LVPO versus another 3x, the magnifier route again won the competition. I will still likely get a 1-6x LVPO down the road.

 Looking through the various options out there and comparing features, cost and reviewing in my mind what I needed, I settled on the Sig Sauer Juliet3-Micro 3X Multiplier. The micro form factor has a certain attraction against the longer units out there as having a little more interchangeability with my other firearms. At just under 3" long, it really is compact. Amazon to the rescue.



"This solid little 3x micro magnifier has a lot going for it and I think Sig Sauer did a great job here. I'm game."

While not having yet ran the Juliet 3 Micro hard, it immediately gives you the impression of a decently rugged build. All sealed with an IP7 rating and feels great in the hands. It has a bit of a heft to it but coming from a Burris Tripler it's really still pretty light. There are no sharp points on the body with nice, smooth fileted corners. The windage and elevation adjustments turn nice with positive and appropriately firm clicks. Mounting is a simple and solid affair with a single screw adjustment on the picatinny rail with a 65lb torque. The piston type lockout / rollout mechanism feels secure and tight with barely any slop in the hinge when piveted out. While snapped in use mode, I could determine only a very slight wiggle. The unit comes included with 2 riser plates for different height settings.

Along with good aesthetics, optically this little guy is quite nice as well. There are no color or anomalous hues cast on the view out. No blue or green shades creeping in. There is also little or no chromatic aberration present. The eyebox seems quite large and once inside the relief area, target acquisition is fast and true. The eye relief, while smallish, is not a problem for me especially considering the micro form factor. So overall, I think the slightly smaller eye relief is totally doable.

I coupled this Sig Sauer Juliet3-Micro 3X Multiplier with an Eotech 512, a Primary Arms MD-25 and the Primary Arms SLx 1x MicroPrism. All of these worked very well with the Juliet 3 micro. Like anything you just have to take some time and adjust the diopters on both the magnifier and the red dot or prism to get the optimal picture. Coming in at under 200.00, I think this is a pretty good deal and a great little micro 3x multiplier. This solid little 3x micro magnifier has a lot going for it and I think Sig Sauer did a great job here. I'm game.

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