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Trijicon SRO Sight Adjustable LED 2.5 MOA Red Dot SRO2-C-2500002

SKU: SRO2-C-2500002-Trijicon

Trijicon SRO Sight Adjustable LED 2.5 MOA Red Dot SRO2-C-2500002

SKU SRO2-C-2500002-Trijicon

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Description

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 2.5 MOA Adjustable LED red dot is the most popular reticle size and can be used in a wide variety of pistol and other shooting applications such as target shooting.

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


Specifications

Magnification Range:1x
Reticle DetailsRed Dot
Objective Lens Diameter:Tempered Glass
Dimensions:2.2" x 1.3" x 1.4"
Weight:1.6 oz. (w/ battery)
BatteryCR2032 Battery
Over 3 years of continuous use (when used at 70ºF (21ºC)) at setting 4 of 8
Battery TypeCR2032
Night Vision CompatibleYes
Brightness Settings2 NVD 6 Regular
Product TypeReflex Sight/Red Dot
Item ConditionNew
UPC719307615786
MPNSRO2-C-2500002



Reviews

Reviews for Trijicon SRO Sight Adjustable LED 2.5 MOA Red Dot SRO2-C-2500002

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by on September 10, 2019

This SRO blows away the performance of my RMR. Greater field of view and ease of brightness settings. The battery being accessible from the top is a huge plus as well. I recommend this red dot for everyone!!!

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by on December 7, 2019

This is my second SRO 2.5 in two weeks. Put it on a already made optic pistol from the factory. The optic was easy to dial in at 25 yards. Every thing went smooth until it began to sprinkle (outside range) and the glass on the optic lost it's dot. I wipe if off and the dot finally came back. Other than that It was great. Will this optic hold up in bad conditions? I served in the Vietnam war the late 60's in recon and I believe this optic would have failed during that war. However, most of the optics would have failed as well. However, this is not the swamps of Vietnam or the beaches of Normandy. I am a firm believer this optic would be good for EDC. I have two and love both of them

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by on September 10, 2019

This SRO blows away the performance of my RMR. Greater field of view and ease of brightness settings. The battery being accessible from the top is a huge plus as well. I recommend this red dot for everyone!!!

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by on July 6, 2019

Ordered 2 of them great red may order another in 1 moa for my rifle! Best price as well thanks

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by on June 23, 2020

I am an LEO, and run this on a duty gun. I love the larger field of view, and the fact that the dot never leaves the screen under recoil. A larger window means more information, more info means I make a better shooting decision. I greatly prefer it over my RMR type two it replaced.

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by on June 11, 2020

Almost like cheating. If you have a decent grip the dot never leaves the window during shooting. This is my second sro and after putting 7000+ rounds thru it on a Roland special Glock I’m sure this one will run with no problems

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by on June 7, 2020

Probably the best pistol optic available. I have three of them now. The 2.5 MOA dot is ideal for handgun shooting. The large, more rounded window makes target acquisition easier. It costs more than an RMR, but the top-access battery compartment and not needing a sealing plate make it worth it. If there's a negative at all, it's that the design could cause the front of the optic to extend over the ejection port on smaller handguns. Not a problem with my G19, G17, or XDm.

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by on May 30, 2020

Very nice sight. Excellent quality

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by on May 26, 2020

Best Red dot sight I’ve purchased. Dot is crisp and clear

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by on February 29, 2020

I have 2 SRO 's. I used one to replace the Cmore on my STI DVC Steel. Lower bore axis, shorter mounting aera, outstanding optics and does not lose adjustment. I put the second SRO on a new VP9 Tactical . It made the gun much easier to shoot for me. Fast aquisition, clear sight picture and a huge advantage for older eyes with bifocal glasses. Very pleased with this product.

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by on January 22, 2020

This is my 3rd SRO in about three months. It was installed on a IWI Masada ready made for an optic. The gun was known as shooting low from all the reviews mainly because of the stock sights. SRO solved that problem as it was dial in about 25 yrds. My only concern with the gun was the SRO optic was sitting real close to where the rounds would come out. After several hundred rounds there was no issues. After owning three of these optics I still prefer the manual mode the best. So for I really like the open view it gives and it seems to hold zero on all three optics. I am near sighted and when wearing glasses the dot and target are very clear. Can't say that about iron sights. Iron sights will always been around and hard to beat. I do believe optics on hand guns are getting more popular all the time. My groups at 25 yrds are closer than iron sights and so for I am a fan of the SRO.

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by on November 25, 2019

On 11/16/19 I got a Walther ppq q4 tac ready made for an optic. I took it to the range to make sure the gun was working after about 150-200 rounds and it was. Dial it in with iron sight at 25 yards. After much reviews on the SRO I wanted to see what all the hype was over the SRO. This would be my first optic on a hand gun. Three days after my order I put the SRO on my Walther. Just a little over 100 rounds the red dot disappeared. I shot it again without the dot and it came back on. This happen three time in a roll and I knew something was not right. I called Trijicon after waiting about 12 minutes on them and told them what was going on. He said make sure the battery cap was tight and if it wasn't it could cause this. I turn the cap about 1/4 of an inch and took it back to the range and the problem never happen again. Problem solved. I dial the optic in at 25 yards and it was shooting groups tighter than my iron sights. I was shooting at a piece of typing paper at 25 yards with iron sights and groups were really good. If I can put 8-10 rounds inside of a man hands with iron sights I am please with that with a full clip. However, with the optic I was putting all the rounds inside of a man hands at 25 yards. Are iron sights faster than the optic? It depends on how you present the optic and if your looking through the glass trying to find the dot instead of the target the iron is faster. However, if you present it right the SRO is just as fast if not faster especially with more precision shots. The more you practice with it (dry runs not pulling the trigger just learning to present it right) you will love it. Eye sights. I am over 70 yrs old and I wear contacts/ or glasses mostly contacts. With iron sights my front sight is a little fuzzy with glasses/contact but with SRO everything is supper clear. Rapidfire. This is what amazed me more than anything shooting at typing paper 25 yards I was able to hit the paper at lease 10 times out of a clip. As of now I am sold on this optic SRO 2.5 I kept it at its first setting the smallest dot. The second was good too. I preferred the manual mode over the lock out where it's suppose to adjust to the lighting dark/light etc. In the dark (I mean dark) barely could see the dot. Inside/outside it was OK but preferred the manual setting. Also I want to thank this company for their quick service and also I want to thank Trijicon for adding a scripture verse on the optic.

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by on October 28, 2019

Have 2 RMRs. This thing rocks! SRO is a must have. Especially for competition shooters. Will be ordering another for my EDC!

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