Protect Your Dot: The Strike JellyFish Cover for Trijicon SRO

    JellyFish Cover

    Pistol red dots are not cheap. Though there are “budget” options, a couple hundred dollars is still a week of groceries. Whether you’re running less expensive gear or you splurged for the best, it’s good practice to protect your investment. The Trijicon SRO is not on the budget side of the scale, and Strike Industries wants you to keep your gear running for as long as it can. To help protect your SRO in particular, they have just released the rigid but flexible Strike JellyFish Cover for Trijicon SRO.

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    JellyFish Cover

    The Strike JellyFish Cover for Trijicon SRO® provides a transparent all-weather protection. Maintain the clean, crisp red dot and unobstructed large field of view of the SRO® (Specialized Reflex Optic) design.

    The NEW Strike JellyFish Cover for Trijicon SRO

    JellyFish Cover

    The transparent, all-weather Strike JellyFish Cover for the Trijicon SRO is built from Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) to protect your dot. Cutouts on the side of the cover allow open access to your SRO’s brightness controls. The dimensions of the cover were designed to allow for a full, unobstructed view of your window, optimizing the advantages of the SRO. It can be easily removed when you need to zero or replace your battery. Be aware that there may be issues with the fit if your backup irons are too close to the back of your SRO.

    JellyFish Cover


    • Length: 2.28″
    • Width: 1.40″
    • Height: 1.42″
    • Weight: 0.1 oz
    • MSRP: $19.95

    JellyFish Cover

    If you were looking for a protective cover for your Trijicon SRO, you can pick one of these up directly from the Strike Industries website. Strike puts out a lot of photo and video content, so if you’d like to see more, you can follow them on social media. You can find Strike Industries on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Keep your stuff safe!

    Nic L

    Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic’s passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19.