Check out Trijicon dropping some reflex bombs ahead of the NRA Annual Meeting that starts in just a few short hours. As good as pistol reflex optics like the RMR are, they have an inherent field of view limitation. Without carrying a proverbial soup can on top of your favorite CCW, the window/sight picture is going to be constrained. The Trijicon SRO seems to have improved upon the RMR design without unnecessarily adding to to optic’s footprint.
TFB’s Matt E. is on the case of the new Trijicon SRO and will bring you a first hands-on look tomorrow at the convention. Until then, details are listed below.
The Trijicon SRO (Specialized Reflex Optic) is specifically designed for pistol use. Improve shooting accuracy and speed with the wide circular field of view and clean, crisp dot making it easy for users to find and track while shooting. Every SRO has 8 brightness settings with “Lock-In” and “Lock-Out” modes and a 3-year battery life. The SRO similar to the Trijicon RMR easily mounts to popular red-dot-ready pistols, is compatible with most RMR mounts, and does not require a sealing plate. There is no need to dismount the optic for battery changes with a quick-change top loading battery. The SRO is designed to survive the rigors of slide ride pistols and is engineered for hard use. This 1.0 MOA Adjustable LED red dot is best suited for use on a rifle or target pistol application or in applications where increased accuracy at distance is needed.
For mounting recommendations, comparisons with the Trijicon RMR, and more, check here.
Trijicon SRO Features
- Magnification: 1x
- Dimensions: 2.2″ x 1.3″ x 1.4″
- Weight: 1.6oz with battery
- Adjustment Range: 150 MOA Total Travel
- Lens: Parallax Free, Tempered Glass
- Reticle Color – Red LED Source illumination
- Housing Material – 7075-T6 Forged Aluminum
- Batteries – 1 CR2032 Lithium Battery
- Battery Life – Up to 3 years of typical use
- Waterproof – Up to 10ft