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    Looks like Trijicon is trying to break back into the full size reflex site market, (Battery powered LED instead of Tritium powered)

    http://defensenews.com/blogs/ausa/20...f-the-red-dot/

    Interesting to say the least....
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    i will be picking one up when it comes out...

    something different. i like it

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    Kind of similar to their regular reflex sight. I bet the thing will be amazing. May have to harvest an organ to afford it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oif0709 View Post
    Kind of similar to their regular reflex sight. I bet the thing will be amazing. May have to harvest an organ to afford it.
    Trijicon has always been very proud of their stuff, rumour has it will be competatively priced with the Aimpoint M4 series. Bout $800 retail. Only time will tell, it's not even on the trijicon website yet.

    Very interesting concept tho with the solar cell to augment the AA battery.
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    im thinkin upwards like $950 ish... id still buy it. its nice.
    trijicon stuff never let me down.

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    Possibly available this Feb.

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    Looks pretty sweet! I might consider one for my shorty if the price is right.

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    Yeah I see the cost of any of their products being an investment on durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomjoon View Post
    Thanks for posting the link, nice comparison pictures really give you an idea of its actual size. I could see a lower cost version with the elimination of the solar panel. (SRS lite)
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