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About jhawk19

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  1. Respectfully, I have to disagree. I've had two "replicas" (EoTech 552 and ACOG) on .22LR rifles as pictured and both were zeroed very quickly and both held zero very accurately.
  2. Trijicon SRS Style Red Dot Sight When I first saw this sight, I was amazed at how identical it is to the real steel version. There are a few indicators between the two which are: 1. The real version uses slotted adjustment dials. The replica uses an Allen key. 2. The real version doesn't have "Property of Trijicon" written on the side of the battery tube. 3. The real version doesn't have SRS stamped in white. Instead the real version has raised black rubber lettering on the side. 4. The fake ones all have 009090 as the serial number. This isn’t the case with all of the replicas.
  3. No, you can only "flag" the ad. Once flagged an admin will look at it, but you can't give a reason for flagging and you can't leave a note. If it gets flagged enough it will be removed.
  4. There is a guy on Armslist, right now selling this Trijicon SRS replica and claiming it is real. He's asking $1,000 for it. CRAZY. There are, of course, a few differences in the real vs replica SRS and I let him know his was a fake and he says, "it doesn't matter because if people are willing to buy a fake for $1,000, there is nothing I can do about it".
  5. That mount on the replica MRO though?! What's with the giant triangular "nut". That is nowhere close to the real steel version. Looks...awful.
  6. I thought about the MRO, but I don't like large knobs on my optics. If I wanted an MRO, I'd just get a TRS-25 by Bushnell and save myself $500. The main reasons for me getting the Trijicon SRS and Leupold LCO replicas are so that I can see how they look and feel (weight) on my real steel rifles. I am going to try them out and see which I like better. I'm a Bindon shooter (both eyes open) and they're aren't many options set up for that. I'll honestly report their pros and cons, but at the end of the day it will help me decide if I'm going to drop $1K on a real Trijicon SRS or a real Leu
  7. To answer your question NonEx, I don't know the brand name. I found mine on eBay alongside 50 others from different sellers. S&I Tactical has them listed as: RED DOT SIGHT SRS 1X38 SOLAR SIGHT FOR AIRSOFT DHGate and Aliexpress has hundreds of them. One site, shows the manufacturer as Emerson another site shows AG-K. JK Army lists them as TJ SRS Style 1x38 Red Dots...some have the Trijicon trademarks and symbols and some do not. Some also include a QD mount and killflash and some do not.
  8. Yes, SRS stands for Sealed Reflex Sight not Solar Red Sight...they can't copy them 100%. Guess they got creative.
  9. Space reserved for the review. Posted at 9:38pm...edited at 10:40pm
  10. I received my Trijicon SRS replica today. I am in the process of doing a review, but thought I'd post a few photos for you: The box is pretty incredible considering this is a clone/replica: Right side. Could do without the "Property of Trijicon", but buttons feel good. Included QD mount, battery and killflash. Left side. Only difference b/t this and the real steel is the white stamp vs. raised rubber lettering. Shockingly enough, the solar array works. It will power the sight with no battery. Further tests are coming to see if it will adjust for brightness and mot
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