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The innovative products continue from Trijicon. The profile length of the Trijicon SRS is as short as the advanced list of features is long. The Trijicon SRS (Sealed Reflex Sight) is a reflex-style sight with a unique optical design, housed in a body length of only 3.75 inches — virtually eliminating the “tube-effect” common with other, competitive red-dot sights. The result is a field-of-view that essentially without any obstructions to the shooter — resulting in lightning-fast target engagements at CQB distances without distracting the shooter’s situational awareness. The SRS is ideal for military, law enforcement and recreational applications on a variety of firearm platforms ranging from AR’s to shotguns.
Equally impressive is the technology built into powering the LED lighted 1.75 MOA aiming point that includes 10 brightness settings — including three NVG settings. The SRS is powered by a solar panel and one AA battery. This unique configuration allows the user years of illumination life from a single battery thanks to Trijicon’s “solar assist,” which draws on battery power only when the solar cell requires additional energy 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 50 meters.
For more information on Trijicon’s SRS (Sealed Reflex Sight) with solar and battery-powered reticle, or the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement applications, contact: Trijicon, Inc., (248) 960-7700; www.trijicon.com.
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