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Great product and great service
The optic was exactly what I was looking for and finally found it in stock
Guest | 8/21/2019 7:00 AM
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Work's great it's going to live on a kriss Vector with a Scalar works mount.solid setup right there.
Guest | 9/2/2019 7:00 AM
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Guest | 12/2/2019 6:00 AM
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Authentic Trijicon SRO
I’m not sure why there’s other reviews claiming they received fake merchandise, but I received an authentic Trijicon SRO, shipping was great, and price couldn’t be beat!
Guest | 12/3/2019 6:00 AM
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Dot easily acquired
I really like it! The dot is easily acquired. It is MUCH better than Trijicon's previous RMR
Guest | 12/16/2019 6:00 AM
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Authentic trijicon product
First and foremost I received an authentic trijicon SRO. This is a great optic with a huge field of view. Comorable to the c-more as far as field of view. Size is great, but I don't think this could handle the abuse an RMR does. I had issues with screws provided in the mounting kit and had to hand sand down 2 screws to the correct length.
Guest | 12/23/2019 6:00 AM
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Better than RMR
This is my 2nd SRO, replacing all my RMR’s with the SRO. Love the sight picture and auto on/off. Truly strong like all Trijicon products.
Guest | 1/4/2020 6:00 PM
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Used not new
Got the correct sight, but very obviously used and not new like I paid for. With a precision instrument like this, getting one previously used by people unknown is unacceptable. Sending it back.
Guest | 2/3/2020 6:00 PM
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3 rounds through my 1911 .45acp and the dot failed. Will have to send it back. Very poor.
The heading says it all really
Guest | 2/21/2020 6:00 PM
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it's a beast
so easy to spot instantly. those who say it isn't duty rated are people who most likely will use it 99.9% of the time at a range and who if ever encountered that 0.01% of the time it was needed in a life or death scenario would fail to unholster their weapon before they have a chance to drop it and damage the lens anyway ;) highly recommeded
Guest | 4/1/2020 7:00 AM
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Best red dot on the market
Biggest field of view and Trijicon quality.
Guest | 4/4/2020 7:00 AM
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Very expensive, maybe too expensive, but great overall.
I shoot a LOT, generally several times a week. When it comes to all the new bells and whistles like red dots, I have always been a bit on the old-school side and was a bit slow to adopt these, which is odd considering I'm an early adopter on every other kind of tech on earth! In any case, I decided it was time to try one out, and I tested a bunch of them at the range. This one stood apart from the rest, and is the one I purchased, so I will tell you why! The first thing that I loved is the larger viewing window. It is significantly larger than other miniaturized optics, and makes acquiring the dot lightning fast. Dot quality is great, but I almost sent mine back when I first looked through it because it wasn't a perfectly round dot. It was more of a asterisk looking thing, so I thought it was defective. Turns out i'm the one that is defective. Apparently I have an astigmatism, even though I don't wear glasses and have better than average vision. Not a big deal, it is still plenty clear to use when it counts. Now for the negatives, and there are really only two--maybe three. First is the size. That bigger viewing window means a larger housing. Whether or not this is a problem for you will really depend on what you're using the gun for. If it is a range gun or home defense weapon it won't be a problem at all. If you are carrying it as a licensed citizen, it will be a bit more bulky and get knocked around here and there. I use it for all of the above and haven't found it to be a problem at all. Second is the shape. The round shape of the housing means it isn't as sturdy. If you read the fine print on these, you'll see that they are not intended more "hard" use like military or law enforcement. For that, you'll want to rely on their other miniaturized optic, which is in service with our military. The shape of those optics allows for a more sturdy housing, but at the trade-off of viewing size. Lastly, and very importantly, is the price. I tested a lot of optics, and to be perfectly honest, there are optics out there that seem to be every bit as good as this one and cost half the price--or less. I bought this to be part of my home defense platform, so I wanted the best, but I could have attained the same results with less money. So it will really depend on how valuable that extra viewing picture is. If it isn't that important, some lower priced alternatives will fit the bill better, and provide a more sturdy package to boot. Having said that, it is a great optic and I don't regret my purchase.
Guest | 9/15/2020 7:00 AM
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I had a Romeo 1 on my Sig Sauer and it wouldn't keep a charge for nothing. I found an adapter plate so I could put a Trijicon SRO on it and I still haven't shut it off, it's been about a year, Trijicon thinks 2 years, we'll see, I'm already satisfied. I just like to pick it up some times and get a quick target point. Took it to the range a few times and it is very adjustable and precise. I like the nice big circle too. I threw my Romeo 1 in the garbage.
Guest | 1/23/2021 6:00 PM
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Inaccurate description. Fake.
I had issues with its functionalities at first and I requested a return. Return was approved but the seller does not want to provide the return label. Closer look at the description exposed that this one is a fake SRO. It says 5.0 MOA but its actually 2.5 MOA according to the sight I received. More I look at it, this one is a complete fake one. Since you sold me an inaccurate item not matching your description, providing the prepaid return label should be your responsibility. Please do so as soon as possible. Thank you.
Guest | 2/6/2021 6:00 PM
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Check your battery regularly
The supplied battery lasted about 3 months tops.
Guest | 5/30/2021 7:00 AM
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a solid optic with good customer service
I shoot USPSA and Steel Challenge, and I really like this optic, especially with the 5 moa dot. I'm not shooting bullseye, so fast target acquisition is more important than being able to shoot the left wing off a gnat at 50 yards. After about 3000 rounds, I somehow managed to put a tiny scratch or chip dead center in the glass, probably from spall coming off a steel target. This caused the dot to start looking like a nebula, so I sent the optic back to Trijicon. They are going to fix or replace it for free, even though I'm pretty sure the warranty doesn't cover this sort of thing, so kudos to Trijicon! There are two things I don't like about the SRO, which is why I'm knocking one star off: 1) If I'm shooting in the general direction of the sun, there is an annoying red blob that appears in addition to the dot. If you're running around and shooting fast, it's very easy to mistake the blob for the dot. I should point out that this problem is not unique to the SRO, and I'm not aware of an optic that doesn't do this to one degree or another (although I hear that the SIG Romeo 3 is pretty good). 2) I wish there were more brightness levels to choose from. I haven't played around with the automatic setting very much, but in manual mode the dot goes from "Where is it?" to "Oh, there it is!" to "Wow, that's really bright!" with nothing in between. 90% of the time the "Oh, there it is!" level is perfect, but there are other times when it would be nice to have more options.
Guest | 7/16/2021 7:00 AM
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