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Just saw today on Airsoft Globals Facebook feed that they now have Trijicon SRO (Specialized Reflex Optic) replica sights available. Unfortunately as I am composing this post their website is down but here is the link. Not seen them on any other airsoft sites yet. https://www.airsoftglobal.com/shop/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=AGK-DS-178&x=0&y=0 Think it was around $50-60 USD, black and tan available. Supposedly this is kind of the "successor" to the Trijicon RMR sight that we all know and love, with the advantage of bigger and more open sight picture and field-of-view etc. And is RMR size/spec/plate compatible. Trijicon SRO official site: https://www.trijicon.com/products/subcategory/trijicon-sro It's interesting and cool but I think it looks worse than the RMR, just aesthetically speaking, both as a stand-alone sight and mounted on a pistol. Oh yeah, reminds me of those old-school IPSC red-dot sights, which I think are fugly, but I can see the resemblance for their design inspiration I guess. Still want to get one and probably will as soon as Airsoft Global are online again BTW they are advertised as the "brand" AG-K which I think is something like, Airsoft Global "Kustom" (custom with a K, might just be in my brain that makes sense). Most likely like all other of these replica sights they are just ACM made and rebranded and marked and will pop up under various names. From the pictures it also looked like these have full markings, which I always appreciate Facebook post (OK, not allowed to share/embed, screenshot attached...)
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 motion. Front lens is a beautiful orange/red color. The LED looks big in the photo. I think the camera did that, because in person it's very crisp and clear with no "sunburst" effect. There does appear to be some parallax when moving up/down, there is no parallax moving left/right. There is no magnification or distortion at all. There is a slight bluish green tint looking through the sight. It's kind of like looking through a pair of UV sunglasses. So far so good. Looks great and feels great. I only hope it performs well and holds zero or even can be zeroed. Subscribe to this thread to see my full review. I have three sights I'm working with right now and will be mounting them all to the same rifle to test. Let me know if you have any questions or want me to test something particular.