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Trijicon's New Pistol Optic

The Trijicon SRO is a red-dot style sight specifically designed for pistols and optimized for target and competition shooting.

Trijicon, Inc., maker of aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, introduces a new sight that is easy to shoot, easy to use, and easy to trust.

The new Trijicon Specialized Reflex Optic, or Trijicon SRO is a red-dot style sight specifically designed for pistols and optimized for target and competition shooting.

Trijicon SRO

With a large clear lens, and an unobstructed field of view, the SRO enables quick, simple dot acquisition for effortless dot tracking during recoil. These benefits allow the shooter to keep focus on the target, which significantly increases shooting speed and accuracy.

Trijicon New for 2019

The SRO uses the same mounting footprint as the Trijicon RMR, which means the sight can be easily mounted on many popular red-dot-ready pistols and existing RMR mounts. The optic is designed to work with suppressor height iron sights in the same way as the industry leading RMR.


The top-loading battery compartment allows easy battery replacement without removing the sight from the pistol. The parallax-free SRO has illumination control for dot brightness, including both manual and automatic dot brightness settings and a new brightness lock-In feature. A CR2032 battery powers the optic for three years on setting 4 of 8.


The SRO is made with forged 7075 aluminum and tempered glass for durability. The wide field of view and clear lens with a clean, crisp dot keeps your focus on the target to improve shooting accuracy, making the SRO a great choice in any application.

For more information on the Trijicon SRO or to find a dealer near you, visit www.trijicon.com.

Trijicon (Booth 2307) will display its new products at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

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