Eric Poole, Editor of Guns & Ammo magazine, talks with Trijicon’s Ryan Wood at the 2019 NRA Annual Meetings about the new Specialized Reflex Optic (SRO) and what makes it special. The SRO has the same footprint as the RMR, so firearms and accessories cut for the RMR will also fit the SRO. The difference is the larger field of vision, which makes acquiring the dot fast and easier during recoil.
The SRO features a top loading battery, eliminating the need to remove the device and re-zero every time you change batteries. Elevation and windage can easily be adjusted on the front top, and is suppressor height. Trijicon's famous rubber tactile pads can be found on the SRO with positive, increasing intensity on the right side and negative on the left side. There are three models available: 1.0 MOA, 2.5 MOA, and 5.0 MOA. The durability of the SRO is due to the 7075-T6 aircraft grade aluminum, and the larger field of view is perfect for competition shooters.