Bushnell TRS-25 Trophy Red Dot
Blazing target acquisition. Peak accuracy. And bright enough to hunt even the thickest woods. You'll only find this level of performance in our Trophy Red Dot Sights. Each comes in a strong, precision-engineered housing that's tough enough to go anywhere. These sights offer unlimited eye relief for fast shots at imperfect angles and multiple brightness settings for maximum battery life and superior performance in a variety of lighting conditions.
- A compact, sturdy, reliable 3 MOA red dot sight with unlimited eye relief for handguns and shotguns.Black with 3 MOA Dot reticle
- Waterproof Construction - O-ring sealed optics stay dry inside, even when totally immersed in water.
- Shockproof construction - Built to withstand bumps, bangs, drops, and the rough-and-tumble environment of the field.
- Nitrogen Purged Fog-Proofing - Nitrogen inside the scope ensures interior optical surfaces won't fog due to humidity or rapid temperature change.
Adjustable Brightness -
The TRS-25 has adjustable brightness settings from 1 to 11, illuminating the 3 MOA Dot reticle inside to better help you with target acquisition
Nitrogen Purged Fog-Proofing and Waterproof Construction - Not only does the TRS-25 have nitrogen purged optics to prevent the red dot from fogging up due to humidity or rapid temperature changes, but it also sports o-ring sealed optics keeping it dry and safe from water damage, even when fully immersed.
Shockproof Construction - The TRS-25 is built to withstand bumps, bangs, drops and the rough-and-tumble environment of the field. You'll never have to worry about damaging this tough red dot.
We set the standard for Red Dots - You can’t go wrong with any of our Bushnell red dots; however, we’ve made it even easier to select the perfect red dot sight for your hunting style. Bushnell red dot sights work with a wide range of guns, so you’ll be good to go with a rifle, AR-15, or shotgun setup
Never Miss. - From finding the trail less traveled to perfecting your shot — you belong outdoors. At Bushnell, we develop optics gear to empower you to get out and experience your passion because we love the outdoors as much as you.
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|tem ID (SKU)||731303|
|Product Name||Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot|
|Adjustment Range (Total)||70+ MOA|
|Click Value||1 MOA|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
The bushnell trs-25 is a Great Value!
Mounting the TRS-25 on a 10/22 Takedown took minutes literally. (follow instructions, don't over-tighten the mounting screw) 25 yard zero was also achieved very quickly. Red dot was very clear, even at a lower setting on a bright sunny day, with quick target acquisition. Very pleased with the quality for this price.
Great, reliable Red Dot for less
It was attached to a Black Rain Ordnance AR-15. Purchased over a year ago; very stable on the rail without losing zero. Reliable Red Dot, with adjustable brightness from blazing bright (desert daytime shooting) to super-low intensity (night target shooting?); very adjustable intensity..."5" is just right for typical range shooting to see the target without too much bloom. The batteries seem to last forever, and I still yet to change them out, even though I've accidentally forgotten to turn off the dot a couple of times. It has been pretty rugged and has not suffered any reliability issues at all. Very happy with the purchase and have recommended it to friends and family. Looks nice and works great...and that's what matters in a firefight, right?
Best Red Dot for the money period!
This is my second TRS-25. The first one is flawless, and so is this one. I put it on a Ruger Mark II. The dot is clear and precise. When you get older and open sights are fuzzy this is the ticket. The drop and target are both clear. Shooting off hand at 30-50 yards at 4"-6" steel plates is easy and fun again. I put it on 6, and it is good for about any light. Definitely will buy more. Don't forget there is currently a rebate from Bushnell.
Ruger 10/22 Takedown Red Dot Sight
I bought a Nodak Spud rear aperture sight with the rail, and the accompanying AK-type front post sight, for my Ruger 10/22 Takedown. This little TRS-25 is a great companion for that. It sits low and allows co-witness with the iron sights. If I'm trying to quickly acquire the target, I keep my eye above the aperture. If I'm target shooting and taking my time, I'll keep my cheek welded to the comb and view the red dot through the NDS aperture. Getting 10 shot, one-hole groups at 25 yards. And of course if the red dot ever fails or battery goes dead, I've got iron sight backups.
Best Red Dot sight for the price
After watching a couple of dozen YouTube reviews on budget Red Dots, it became apparent that this was the best choice around the $100 price point. easy to install, simple to use. Works well indoors or outdoors. I haven't shot it in low light or super bright conditions, but I typically use setting 3 & 8, respectively, so I still have some settings to try for those conditions.
PHENOMINAL AR15 Red Dot Sight
•How you use the product:I used this product on my own AR Platform and others that I have built for family and close friends. Working for the gov't I've had the luxury of "playing" with other reflex sights out there like EO Tech, and Aim Point. I will say this...BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK is with this Bushnell. •Things that are great about it: I love the weight being 3.7 ounces. That is a tremendous difference between other "Red Dots" on the market. EO Tech is an incredible sight. However, they range from 7 ounces to around 13 ounces. And will cost you three to four times the amount of what Bushnell TRS-25 will cost. You will get a 1/2 MOE with an EO Tech and a 3 MOA on the Bushnell. With my TRS-25, I'm able to hit a paper plate "standing" at 100 yards. The Bushnell TRS-25 takes the cake every time. •Things that aren't so great about it: If I had to really be a jerk...I would say the rubber caps that go around the objective end and eyepiece could be linked together with a bit more reliable material. Almost all of the TRS-25s that I have purchased had a problem with the rubber connector piece tearing apart. Which leaves you without any protective covering the glass windows. Currently, I am using a rubber band to hold the two caps together. NOTE: I am using Magpul MBUS "flip-ups" in conjunction with the TRS-25. If you are considering this, then be aware that you will need a "riser" of some sort in order to raise the TRS off the rail and high enough to see your front and rear MBUS. I am using a/an UTG "Medium" riser under my TRS, and it matches up perfectly. I hope this helps all of you in your decision. Best of luck and Happy New Year, everyone!!
Excellent Red Dot Sight
So usually i'm not one to write reviews, but in the case of this red dot sight I feel obligated to. I will say that I have years of experience with red dot optics and their use, and this is one of the best I've used. I bought this as a cheaper alternative to mount on my newest build. I have two other AR-15 rifles, one with an Eotech XPS2-0 and an Aimpoint PRO, and I will say that the Bushnell will hang right in there with them. Initial sight in had me 4" high and 4" left @ 25 yards. Adjusted eight clicks right and eight clicks down and put a 5 shot group dead center of the target. Stretched it out to 100 yards and put a five shot group 1" high of dead center. I'm fortunate enough to shoot at a range that has steel targets at 200 yards so I thought I'd try it out and put 30 rounds in a row on a 12" X 12" piece of steel. As for durability and battery life, only time will tell but so far, so good.
Worth Every Penny
This Red-Dot is sitting on my Saiga AK-47 as a Co-witness between my Iron Night Sights. About 4000+ Rounds of 7.62X39mm, and I never lost my Zero to this day. Very accurate for its purpose, Max I've pushed it 225 Yards, great for plinking etc, and I have taken this Red Dot to hell and back every Rugged. My Buddy has the New Aimpoint 600$, and the Detent Knob tension is very soft. For the price, The Bushnell TRS wins; the Detent is 10X stiffer, ROCK SOLID, does its Job, and won't shake out of adjustment.Worth Every Penny and more. 5/5Keep in mind I rarely do reviews; this Product was worth the time!
best AR-15 Red dot for the money period
How I use them: I have 5 of these optics mounted to my AR, Mini14, Kel-Tec SU16CA, Kel-Tec Sub 2000/40S&W, and now interchangeable with a Leupold VX-R3-9X on my Ruger Gunsite Carbine. I use these guns in 3 gun competitions and at Shooting Schools. Is it Great?: None of these 5 optics has failed to perform perfectly, 1400+rnds on KT, 1500+ on Mini14, 500+ on AR, and 200+ on the .308 Scout Rifle. The Sub2000 mount is a work in progress but I already know the optic will perform perfectly as all the rest do. It's just a 100 yard gun so why would you mount a magnified optic on it? The dot is perfect. The Sight weighs 3.9 oz and Light Weight is key nowadays to good performance for us older shooters. I can hit a man sized target at 300 yards "EVERY SINGLE TIME" off a rest with any of these guns. I have no problem hitting a 8x10" steel target everytime at 200 yards off a rest. Target acquisition is so rapid that I find I have to tell myself to break the shot because the gun is waiting on me. This sight performs as well or better than any Red Dot sight on the market today, and anyone complaining about the supposed minor flaws of this product simply has not used one enough to make a valid statement. Some have complained about parallax error, and one told me he could make the dot move 2 MOA at 50yds. Well,,, 2 MOA @50 yds is 1"! So what? I'm not shooting bottle caps with these guns, and you probably aren't either. A Red Dot system is not a pin point sighting system, (although it is not that bad either) It is more about acquisition speed and getting shots on target than precisely placing them for groups. Some people think they must have a magnified optic because of their "older eyes," and I am asked frequently how can you see a Coyote at 200 or 300 yards, and the answer is I personally can see them just fine without any optic and if you can spot one you can surely put the red dot on him and pull the trigger. I am 64 and have "older eyes." So that point is not valid either. If you look at the sight in the context of a 300 yard gun, which is all that any AR or other Semi-auto platform in .223/5.56 normally is then the red dot sighting system proves itself quickly. If you look at a different style gun like a .44 or .45 caliber Levergun used for shooting a pigs or deer the ranges are going to be less than 150 yards and once again Target Acquisition Speed becomes senior to exact pin point bullet placement. In comparison to other brands in this price range the Bushnell TRS-25 is way above them all! In comparison to higher priced dots, I fail to see the point. I have heard more criticism of EoTech products than this one. Some people are stuck in the "you get what you pay for" mentality, and sometimes this is true, however,,, Sometimes,,,"you get way more than you thought you paid for," and this is one of those times. Some people talk about the reliability factor? Well if that is a consideration that you are stuck on, then I would point out that for the price you can have 1 TRS-25 on your gun and 4 back up TRS-25's for the price of 1 EoTech or Aimpoint, and they will weigh less than a pound to carry with you at all times. Not so good? Well the lens covers could be a little better, however this is such a minor point it is almost embarrassing to comment on. If you look at the top here you will see this product has 4.5 out of 5 stars in over 100 ratings, and the vast majority are 5 stars with a few whiners thrown in to bring the average down. I have seen the same level of ratings with over 500 reviews elsewhere, so I think it is safe to say this is a A+ product! At the price you can't go wrong and even if you do, Larry will cheerfully refund your money. This is the Best Bang For your Optic Buck out there and I gotta tell you,,, Once you try one you be hooked! W.R.Buchanan
Best budget red dot sight
Aging eyes and inability to focus on targets and sights, caused me to give this a try . The first TRS25 was mounted on a Ruger 22/45. It mounts easily on a picatinney rail, and is easily adjustable while sighting in . Very lightweight, minimal balance shift . Varying brightness may cause the red dot to appear more like a star, but the ability to put the dot on target visibly was a huge advantage for me. I had not been able to shoot that accurately with that pistol for years. I now have four TSR25 on various pistols, and one on an AR10. On a rifle, it does not offer as much precision as a scope (no magnification) , but I can hit what I aim at within 100 yards with ease. This red dot sight is the best bang for your buck, with many options for usage. It has made shooting fun for me again.