Trijicon SRO 5 MOA
The Trijicon SRO 5 MOA (Specialized Reflex Optic) is specifically designed for pistol use. The wide field of view and clean, crisp dot makes it easy for users to find and track the dot in both target and competitive shooting applications, helping improve shooting accuracy and speed. Every SRO features both manual and automatic LED brightness modes. Additionally, a top-loading CR2032 battery provides a 3-year battery life (at setting 4 of 8). These features make the SRO a great choice in any application.
Model SRO Features
- The Trijicon SRO 5.0 MOA Adjustable LED red dot is best for applications in which speed and recovery of the dot is critical such as in competitive shooting.
The wide field of view and clean, crisp dot makes it easy for users to find and track the dot in both target and competitive shooting applications, helping improve shooting accuracy and speed. Every SRO features both manual and automatic LED brightness modes and a 3-year battery life.
The SRO is designed to survive the rigors of slide ride pistols and is engineered for hard use. It shares a similar electronics design with the proven Trijicon RMR®.
Like the RMR the SRO is forged from 7075, T-6 aircraft grade aluminum, making it much more durable than conventional red dot sights. This forged housing protects the lenses and electronics, and it has been tested to survive typical pistol mounted drops.
Features and Benefits of the Trijicon SRO :
- Large & Unobstructive Field of View
- Top Loading Battery
- Easy Adjustable Windage/Elevation
- Complete User-Control Illumination Settings
- Button "Lock-Out" Mode
- NEW Button "Lock-In" Mode
- Mounts Easily Using the Same Base
as the Trijicon RMR®
- Clear Lens with Protective Coatings
- Waterproof up to 10 Feet (3m)
- Fits on Many Popular Red-Dot Ready Pistols
- Clear, Crisp Dot
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Trijicon SRO Review
'm going to share with you a thorough assessment of the Trijicon SRO (Specialized Reflex Optic) for firearms, including my own experiences and findings. Introduced in 2019, the SRO is a progression from the RMR model, deliberately engineered with pistols in mind. It's available in three dot sizes, namely 1 MOA, 2.5 MOA, and 5 MOA. I personally find all these sizes reasonably good, although the choice largely depends on individual preferences. The SRO fits perfectly into the same footprint as the RMR, meaning that it's compatible with the standard slides and mounts. The optic's intensity is adjustable with buttons on each side, offering a total of eight brightness levels. Notably, two of these are compatible with night vision. The SRO sets itself apart from the RMR through its rounded design which results in a more snag-free experience for concealed carry. It also boasts a battery compartment situated at the top, thus eliminating the hassle of removing and remounting the optic when you need to change batteries. You can expect its battery life to last up to three years on setting four. A major plus of the SRO over the RMR is its feature that allows you to set and lock the brightness level. It also comes with a substantially larger window than the RMR, which some users might prefer for tracking moving targets. Nevertheless, its rounded design is its Achilles heel when it comes to durability, causing it to underperform in drop tests compared to the RMR. When it comes to application, I would hesitate to recommend the SRO for military or law enforcement duty use due to its slightly less durability. However, for personal defense and concealed carry, the SRO appears to be a fitting choice. The SRO may seem pricey, but prices could vary depending on availability. Despite the steep price tag, I believe it represents good value for money due to its top-notch quality, reliable warranty, and commendable customer service. It's worth noting that the SRO does have a few drawbacks. Its forward position tends to attract gunk accumulation. Nonetheless, considering its larger view window, robust build, auto adjustment, and improved battery accessibility, I still find the SRO to be a worthy investment.
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This is undoubtedly among the best dot sights available. I got the 5 moa dot, which is highly visible. I initially feared it would be too big for general use but find this is not so. For all pistol applications, the 5 moa dot is the best of the 3 available sizes. I have it on a Ruger 22 pistol, which uses an internal bolt so the sight does not ride a reciprocating slide. Such a low-stress application does not test the device's durability; however, it seems solidly built nonetheless. It competes well with the Acro, lacking only the Acro's totally enclosed construction.
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As an older guy, with a blurring shooting eye, red dots definitely make the struggle of picking up the front sight no longer an issue. Just look through the great big window and put the dot there. I also have the Trijicon RMR, but definitely prefer the larger, rounder window and 5 MOA of the SRO. Pricey, but no question of the value for me.
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Mounted it on a gen 5 Glock 17 MOS. The first group at 7 meters off a rest was cloverleaf but 6" left of center. Took a lot of dialing to get it centered, but once there, it has stayed. At age 73, this looks like the tool I need to boost my scores. GSSF match this weekend will tell the tale. On the range today, my wife asked to try it. She is not a Glock shooter and has never used a red dot sight before. After a quick review, she put her first three shots, unsupported, into a cloverleaf dead center at 7 meters. Three of the next string of five went through the same hole. Speaks volumes for the value of the sighting system.
The large sight window and the 5 MOA is very bright, making it easy to find the dot for your follow up shot. I can't speak for the durability yet, but everything else is a go. Carry optics is hard on any sight, so I'll probably buy a spare.
SRO Red Dot Review
The SRO Red Dot is a hands-on, straightforward piece of equipment. I mounted it on my New Daniel Defense .556 with ease. With both eyes open, you get a sense of one with the optic. Clarity and function are enhanced to the max. I took it to a range outside and felt as if I couldn't miss. Distance as well as close up, is not a problem. Functions of the red dot are easy to master. I presently own a C More, Vortex Razor, Aim Point. The SRO competes with each. I cannot say it is better, just part of the positive process of Gunning.