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rmr type 2
In automotive design, a RMR or Rear Mid-engine, Rear-wheel-drive layout (now simply known as MR or Mid-engine, Rear-wheel-drive layout) is one in which the rear wheels are driven by an engine placed just in front of them, behind the passenger compartment. In contrast to the rear-engined RR layout, the center of mass of the engine is in front of the rear axle. This layout is typically chosen for its low moment of inertia and relatively favorable weight distribution (the heaviest component is near the center of the car, making the main component of its moment of inertia relatively low). The layout has a tendency toward being heavier in the rear than the front, which allows for best balance to be achieved under braking. However, since there is little weight over the front wheels, under acceleration, the front of the car is prone to lift and cause understeer. Most rear-engine layouts have historically been used in smaller vehicles, because the weight of the engine at the rear has an adverse effect on a larger car's handling, making it 'tail-heavy'. It is felt that the low polar inertia is crucial in selection of this layout. The mid-engined layout also uses up central space, making it impractical for any but two-seater sports cars. However, some microvans use this layout, with a small, low engine beneath the loading area. This makes it possible to move the driver right to the front of the vehicle, thus increasing the loading area at the expense of slightly reduced load depth.
In modern racing cars, RMR is the usual configuration and is usually synonymous with "mid engine". Due to its weight distribution and resulting favorable vehicle dynamics, this layout is heavily employed in open-wheel Formula racing cars (such as Formula One and IndyCar) as well as purpose-built sports racing cars. This configuration was also common in very small engined 1950s microcars, in which the engines did not take up much space. Because of successes in racing, the RMR platform has been popular for road-going sports cars despite the inherent challenges of design, maintenance and lack of cargo space. The similar mid-engine, four-wheel-drive layout gives many of the same advantages and is used when extra traction is desired, such as in some supercars and in the Group B rally cars.
Ultimate top shelf Glock carry package
Glock 19 Gen 5 Front Serrations
Milled for RMR by Jagerwerks
Trijicon Bright and Tough Suppressor Sights
Trijicon RMR Type 2 - 3.25 MOA Red Dot (auto not adjustable)
Taran Tactical Grand Master Connector Kit
Streamlight TLR-8 Light/Laser
Been on pistol for about 100 rounds, no scratches or blemishes, I have case for it still too for but I’m getting rid of some stuff I don’t use to find other projects if you got any question let me know 450 obo
Will ship if buyer wants to pay shipping, I’ll get better pics taken and can get em...
Trijicon RMR Type 2 3.25 MOA - NEW IN BOX. Never used, I won this in a raffle but I'm old school and prefer iron sights on my pistols. Would consider a partial trade for a decent magnifier (eotech/aimpoint) or a used Glock or a pistol from a reputable manufacturer (no XD's please).
Back up for sale
Glock 19 RMR
Started life as a Vickers Tactical Limited edition, slide was sent to Maple Leaf Firearms, they cut the slide for the RMR, Front Cocking Serrations, installed the RMR and Ameriglo Suppressor height sights and refinished in Black Nitride (same as factory Tenifer...
I went a different direction and do not need the sight any longer. It has about 600 rounds on top of a 9mm. Message me with any questions or reply in the body of the ad since others likely have the same question as you.
Sold Pending Funds
For Sale - Like new Trijicon RMR Type 2, Model # RM06-C-700672 . Bought earlier this year, mounted on a FNX45 tactical, ran about 30 rounds thru it.
Perfect condition, comes with hard plastic case. Sold the FNX tactical, I run Leupold Deltapoint Pro on my Glocks, so...
I have Trijicon ta11h red horseshoe (.223) w/ (Bobro/trijicon)QD Mount. RMR PIGGY combo. This set cost me $1,930.97. I’m looking to sell it with everything for $1,750 or just the ta11 ACOG for $1,225 with (Bobro/trijicon) QD Mount and factory ta51 flat top mount. The ACOG and RMR is about 2...
For sale is my brand new in box Trijicon RMR Type 2 Adjustable 3.25 MOA red dot.
Was planning to mount to a Glock but I just sold it and have no need for it.
These are hard to find in stock anywhere right now.
Feel free to text (360) 980-5418
I have for sale a very nice Gen 3 Glock 19. It has the following:
Package 1. $600
Gen 3 Glock 19 Tan Frame with professional stippled grip. Round count estimated 2,000 on frame and 100 on slide.
Dawson Precision Front and Rear Sights (rear is currently off slide, due to fitment with RMR)...
Selling my Trijicon RMR 07 Type 2 (6.5 MOA) because the bought the 3.25 RMR and don't need this one anymore.
Lightly used and in great shape. All original parts, box, and docs.
$350 firm. No trades.
Payment via cash, USPS money order, certified check, or PayPal Friends & Family accepted...