You have no items in your shopping cart.

Trijicon SRO Adjustable LED - 1.0 MOA Red Dot

Manufacturer: Trijicon
The Trijicon SRO 1.0 MOA is built for competition, duty, and self-defense applications. This waterproof red dot optic has the same footprint as the RMR and can mount onto shotguns, rifles, and pistols. Shooters can quickly acquire targets in the parallax-free window thanks to the wide field of view and crisp reticle. The Trijicon SRO sight 1.0 MOA has automatic and manual LED brightness modes for varying light conditions. It has a three-year battery life, and it is easy for shooters to swap the top-loading battery.
Availability: Out of stock
+ -

Product Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Trijicon
  • Model: SRO
  • Length: 2.2"
  • Width: 1.3"
  • Height: 1.4"
  • Adjustment: 1 click = 1 MOA
  • Adjustment Range: 150 MOA Total
  • Base Style: RMR
  • Battery Life: Over 3 years
  • Battery Type: CR2032
  • Brightness Settings: 5 Day, 2 Night, 1 Super-Bright
  • Color: Black
  • Illumination Source: Battery
  • Magnification: 1x
  • Material: 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Mount Type: Screws
  • Night Vision Compatible: Yes
  • Optical Coating: Clear Lens with Protective Coatings
  • Origin: USA
  • Parallax: None
  • Red Dot Style: Reflex
  • Reticle: 1.0 MOA Dot
  • Reticle Color: Red
  • Side Buttons: Yes
  • Weather Resistance: Waterproof up to 10 ft
  • Weight:1.6 oz
Customers who bought this item also bought

Atlas Gunworks Ares Ported 4.25" DLC (9MM)



The Atlas Ares offers a ~3lb trigger, 4.25" ported bull barrel, an RMR/SRO optic plate (can be swapped), and comes in an Atlas hard case. Comes with flat medium black, trigger color and size can be changed before shipping out.


Blackbeards Customs Beretta M9A1 Sunken Ship



The "Sunken Ship" is a mysterious vessel lost to the depths of the ocean, shrouded in tales of maritime lore and maritime tragedy. Its rusted hull and tattered sails evoke a haunting beauty, telling a story of a bygone era. The ship's sunken state, resting peacefully on the ocean floor, has become a haven for marine life, transforming it into an underwater ecosystem. Whispers of the ship's history suggest a tragic fate, with speculation ranging from fierce storms to maritime battles. The Sunken Ship stands as a silent testament to the unpredictable and unforgiving nature of the sea, captivating the imagination of those who encounter its ghostly silhouette beneath the waves.