TRS-25 Red Dot Sight

$98.89 $69.89

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Waterproof Construction and Nitrogen-Purged Fog-Proofing
Featuring nitrogen-purged fog-proofing, this red dot sight will not fog up due to humidity or rapid temperature changes, so you can always clearly see the red dot and your target. The optics are O-ring sealed and will stay dry even when fully immersed in water.

Bushnell TRS-25 Red Dot Sight Riflescope mounted on a shotgun

Adjustable Brightness for Better Target Acquisition
The TRS-25 has adjustable brightness settings from 1 to 11, illuminating the 3 MOA dot reticle inside to better help you with target acquisition. And by choosing lower brightness settings, you can prolong the red dot’s battery life.

 

Shockproof Construction for Maximum Durability
Built to withstand bumps, bangs, and drops, the TRS-25 comes in strong, precision-engineered housing and is perfectly suited for the rough-and-tumble environment of the field. You’ll never have to worry about damaging this red dot sight.

Hunter with multiple Bushnell products

Bushnell: The Industry Leader in High-Performance Sports Optics
Since 1948, our guiding principle has been to provide the highest-quality, most reliable and affordable sports optics on the market. Our award-winning products enhance the enjoyment of every outdoor pursuit and empower everyone to get out and experience their passion. Combining cutting-edge design and performance with a commitment to being accessible to all, Bushnell is the most recognized and reputable sports optics brand in the world.

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  • Mr. R. Taylor

    Good quality but the red dot is very sensitive to the illumination level so can fragment into a star shape. With the conversion, I needed to fit the 12mm rail of my target pistol the eye line is high so it takes time when aiming to locate the dot and place it over the target. Add this to the fact its heavy and your arm gets fatigued very quickly!

    Specialist fixed rang glasses to enable the use of the normal ”V” sight, though notably more expensive, would be as effective if, like me, your eyesight is not as good as it once was!

  • John Scout

    I’ve run these on several different rifles. Never had a single issue with one. They keep zero, hold up well to the recoil of even 30 cal rifles, aren’t affected by rain, and stay solid on the gun. I like the variable red dot brightness and ease of adjustments. This is like a poor man’s Aimpoint. I’d go so far as to say that if you’re on a budget, I’d even be willing to put it on a combat or duty rifle.

  • Fabio L

    Mine have held up through thousands of rounds, several rifle courses, and many competitions. Well worth the money and weight. Highly recommended. I am comfortable staking my life on this product.

  • Steve Murphy

    Good quality. Suitable for mine.45acp Norinco semi-automatic pistol seems to be flexible enough. The brightness of the red dot is very good. Even under the high temperature of 35°C and bright Spanish sunlight, even if it points to a white wall, it will not be washed away. You can manually adjust 11 brightness positions for indoor use. very happy.

  • Christopher Walker

    I had ordered the TRS-25 and received it a couple days before picking up my 15-22, so it was ready when I went to the range right after picking up the gun. The red dot only took a couple small adjustments the first time using it, so I was impressed that even after shipping it was pretty close to being on point straight out of the box. After finishing at the range, I realized that the red dot would not fit in the box with the gun to take it home, so I took it off and later put it back on when I got home. A couple weeks

  • Tritium

    I picked up a Ruger Mark IV Lite 22/45 and was looking for an inexpensive optic to add to it. As it’s a plinking.22, I wasn’t looking for an extremely durable sight that would be lots of abuse. I saw the reviews on this and decided to give it a shot. I couldn’t be happier. I had it sighted in over 20 rounds and am very happy with its consistency at 50ft. Have since put over 1000 rounds through and the accuracy hasn’t changed. Battery life is pretty good. Accidentally left the sight on (3) for 5 days while it was resting in its case. Discovered it when I went to the range and it was still bright and ready to go.

  • BuggedOut

    This red dot seems to be very well made, and it was super easy to install. I went to the range this past weekend, and it was super easy to get zeroed in, and it stayed accurate after shooting a box of 20 rounds. I used a boresight as well, so I did not put any more money downrange than I needed to. I used about 5 rounds after using the boresighter to get it zeroed, and the rest was just for fun. I do wish it had an auto-off feature though. Just make sure you turn it off after use, do not allow the battery to drain. I also recommend getting a riser mount for your sight. It raises the sight enough to make it comfortable to see through. It was hard to use without this riser. You can see the riser in the picture. Have a great day!

  • Dukekig

    Obviously gun tech has advanced since I got a 4x scope on my Marlin Glenfield 22 in the late 70’s, but this little optic is amazing.

  • Darin Dipietro

    I bought this just to see what all the red dot hype is about. After observing too many rounds (learning curve), this thing is absolutely accurate. There are many keyholes in the dense crowd trapped in a 40-yard room. The outdoor range is expected to exceed 200 yards.
    However, it also has a shortcoming, that is, its accuracy is very high, with a red dot, it does make the target shooting lose some fun. With a sight, shooting will face greater challenges, and every shot has a little uncertainty, and even technical challenges. The red dot at 40 yards is a bit like every swing on a golf course. Rewards and challenges

  • Davis

    I’ve purchased several red dot sights below $100 and none have been able to withstand the recoil of my AR15. Once they reach the 500 round mark all have failed, even the ones that look cool and say made by veterans. None have survived! This is the ONLY sight under $100 that has survived and maintained its accuracy. I now use it on all my rifle platforms.

  • Sgt. Pitbull

    Let’s begin with the mirror finish on the lense that not only provide excellent light but reduce glare. The water proof gaskets inside every knob are made thick and very durable. The windage adjustments are tight enough so that you can use a dime and make your adjustments and never have to worry about the recoil to loosen them up.
    It uses the CR2032 battery and I personally have had them go much longer than a year before having to replace them.

  • J. Lucas

    I’ve only bought cheaper red dots in the past, and not a single one of them would stay zeroed when I put them on my 12 gauge. Its because they can be mounted on a high recoil rifle and stay zeroed. I love this red dot.

  • Jae

    Please read the second page of the booklet that comes with the red dot. The lens is supposed to be angled to reflect the laser back towards your eye with the laser already coming at an angle inside the sight. Very easy to laser boar site with it being a green dot at 25 yards. Fits my rifles very well and stays zeroed on larger rounds like an akm with continuous follow up shots. For “optics ready” firearms, a riser is not needed, but for firearms with a fixed front sight a riser is required and a UTG mount works great. This is the newer model and it works fine

  • Dan Voils

    The price is big red. I put it on my Ruger 22/45 Lite pistol effortlessly. Return it to zero at 25 yards and pass 500 rounds smoothly. Zero it to the correct position, the bottom is as solid as a rock. The LED is at the 4:30 position. No matter where you look from, you can see red dots on all glasses and they are of the same intensity. The dial is a bit hard, but it should be loosened when using it. I might buy another SBR for the SBR under construction.

  • John h Dougherty

    Just returned from the shooting range (ruger mini 14 / xm193 ammunition). Clearing it to zero is a breeze, with only 3 clicks left, and 1 click down at 50 yards. Move to 100 yards and left click again. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . perfect. The rest are outside 4 moa, about 5 moa on average. 100 yards on a windy day of 20-25 mph… I will accept it at any time. My point brightness at 50 yards 4 must be increased to 100 yards at 7 hours. It did shoot 10 rounds of 200 yards on a 12-inch target, and hit 3 o’clock on a target about 5 inches in the center. About 1 click left to make it perfect, but on a windy day, I Leave now.

  • Bonesman

    For cost, you get a good red dot, which stays at zero, is very durable, and has excellent battery life. I have used it on an agile 7.5-inch AR15 pistol for several years, and now I have fired more than 700 rounds. The red dot effect is very good. The only downside is the “halo”. When you turn the brightness up to 7, 8, 9, and 10, you will get results, which is not a big deal for me because I usually use levels 5-6. For this reason, I set it as 3 stars, but it is usually used for regular links and normal use. This is a good choice, and it has reached 5 stars for the cost alone.

  • Cory J. Baldwin

    Good basic red dot. I’ve learned that the green dot is personally easier to see. For the price, this optic gets the job done and fits snuggly with no issues to date. Has stood up to 300+ rounds of plinking and not much abuse with staying accurate so far

  • D. Jasieniecki

    Great quality easy to mount and zero. Improves accuracy.

  • Glenn

    As Advertised. New item. Well packaged. On time.

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