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Trijicon®, Inc. New SRS™ Reflex Sight

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Trijicon®, Inc. Unveils the New SRS™ Reflex Sight

Wixom, MI - The profile length of the new Trijicon SRS™ is short and the advanced list of features is long, as the innovative products continue from Trijicon. The new Trijicon SRS (Sealed Reflex Sight) is a reflex-type sight with a unique optical design, housed in a body length of only 3.75 inches that virtually eliminates the "tube-effect" common with other, competitive red dot sights. The result - a field of view that essentially provides no obstruction to shooters. That means lightning fast target engagements at CQB distances with no distraction from the shooter's situational awareness. The SRS is ideal for military, law enforcement and recreational applications on a variety of firearm platforms from AR's to shotguns.

Equally impressive is the technology built into powering the LED lighted 1.75 MOA aiming point that includes ten brightness settings - including three NVG settings. The SRS is powered by a solar panel and a single, common AA battery. This uniquely patented configuration allows the user years of illumination life from a single battery by offering an intuitive "solar assist", that is, drawing on battery power only when the solar cell requires additional energy support for illumination based on ambient conditions.

The Trijicon SRS™ is built to endure the rigors of extreme in-the-field use and carries the same stringent testing requirements as the renowned Trijicon ACOG® line of sighting systems. Additional features include a parallax-free objective lens, an auto-locking, self-adjusting level mount and waterproof-tested performance to fifty meters.

The new Trijicon SRS™ will be available at retail in February 2012.

For more information on Trijicon's new SRS™ (Sealed Reflex Sight) with patented solar and battery-powered reticle, and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon, Inc. ® at ( 248 ) 960-7700 or visit www.trijicon.com.

Trijicon SRS™ (Sealed Reflex Sight)

Optical Magnification 1X
Clear Aperture 1.1" (28mm)
Field of View 23m at 100m with 4" eye relief
Elevation Adjustment Range ±1º15' = ±75 MOA = ±22.2 mils
Windage Adjustment Range ±1º15' = ±75 MOA = ±22.2 mils
Adjustment Increments Easily adjustable without special tools.1/2 MOA per click (1/2 inch per click @ 100 yds)
Reticle 1.75 MOA (0.5 milliradians) red dot
Reticle Illumination LED
Battery Type 1 AA (E91), Alkaline or Lithium (preferred) battery
Battery Life Over 3 years of continuous use at brightness setting 7 of 10 at 70°F (21°C) with supplied Lithium battery.Over 2.5 years of continuous use at brightness setting 7 of 10 at 70°F (21°C) with standard Alkaline battery.
Photovoltaic Cell Automatically provides supplemental power when outside during daylight conditions, further increasing battery life.
Brightness Settings 10 brightness settings, including 3 Night-Vision and 1 Super-Bright
Dimensions 3.75" L x 2.5" W x 2.4" H (97 x 64 x 61 mm) without mount
Weight 10.9 oz. (310g) with supplied lithium battery
Weight (with mount) 13.8 oz. (390g) with supplied lithium battery and mount
Material - Housing Forged 7075-T6 aluminum, hard coat anodized per MIL-A-8625, Type III, Class 2, dull & non-reflective
Immersion Waterproof to 165 ft. (50m)
Optical Center 1.57 in. from top of rail
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And the million dollar(being trijicon, probably not far off) question, whats the MSRP?
If they hope to compete with Aimpoint and Eotech, it'll have to to be in the $500-$600 range, although I don't think it's possible since their older RMR and reflex sites are in that range. :-/
well if its anything like their ACOGs the sights gunna be amazing.
I've got ACOG's on 2 of my AR's. Those things are damn near indestructible. Probably put one of these on another build I'm working on. I like the fact that it's got solar and AA for power.
Jake said:
And the million dollar(being trijicon, probably not far off) question, whats the MSRP?
One of the videos says, "hopefully under $1,000.00, available February 2012..."
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