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TROPHY RED DOT 1 X 25 3 MOA DOT-RETICLE MATTE FINISH EASY TARGET ACQUISITION

Blazing target acquisition. Peak Accuracy. And bright enough to hunt even the thickest woods. You’ll only find this level of performance in our new Trophy Red Dot Sights.
There's nothing like a red dot for fast target acquisition and accuracy in dim conditions, and no one makes red dots like Bushnell. The TRS-25 1x25 red dot is engineered with Amber-Bright optics to help you quickly distinguish between a brown tree and a brown critter. Amber-Bright is just one reason Trophy riflescopes have been heralded as the ideal scope for the autumn deer woods. And thanks to the scope's multicoated optics, hunters will have no problem seeing their target in low-light conditions. Other features include a 100-percent waterproof/fogproof/shockproof construction, a dry-nitrogen-filled housing, and a CR2032 battery.

Features:
- 3 MOA Red Dot
- Multi-coated optics
- Amber-Bright™ high contrast lens coating
- 100% waterproof/fogproof/shockproof construction
- CR2032 battery

Specifications:
- Finish: Matte
- Power / Obj Lens: 1 x 25mm
- Reticle: 3 MOA Red Dot
- Field of View (ft@100 yds. / m@100 m): Unlimited
- Weight (oz./g): 3.7 / 106
- Length (in./mm): 2.4 / 61.8
- Eye Relief (in. / mm): Unlimited
- Click Value in.@100 yds / mm@100m: .5 / 14
- Adj Range in.@100yds / m@100m: 70 / 1.9
- Mounting Length (in. / mm): 1.1 / 28

About Bushnell

Bushnell has been the industry leader in high-performance sports optics for more than 50 years. The company's guiding principle is to provide the highest quality, most reliable, and most affordable sports optics products on the market. Bushnell product lines enhance the enjoyment of every outdoor pursuit, including nature study, hunting, fishing, birding, and stargazing. Indoors, the company's binoculars bring the audience closer to the action in fast-moving sports or the fine arts at theaters and concerts.
A reliable, 3 MOA red dot sight with unlimited eye relief for handguns and shotguns.
For speed and assurance, nothing else comes close.

ASIN#: B00200E0HM
Model number#: 731303

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Have one on my back up turkey gun works fine

I got a couple when they were $29 though I think

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The $39.99 listings are sold out now. Back to $56 and up now.

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I purchased one but paid $35.00 in a bidding. Looks nice and have installed a UTG raiser and married with iron sights. Btw, purchased this dot for Micro Roni. Not yet tested.

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Many of these are not true bushnell. The battery compartments are faulty

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I bought 2, one still works, the other had to return. First time out it would turn off with the recoil of every shot. Had to turn it off then on to get it back.

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I bought one last year and just put it on my AR this week. Supposed to shoot Wednesday. This is my first optic and it seemed like a good place to start and get familiar with them before I spent some real money on a quality optic. Hope it holds up as well as some say on here.

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This was my first optic about 5 years ago. Not a bad red dot. Paid over $100 for it back then.

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The price is $47.99 Who listed this at $39.90 . You just wasting peoples time.

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Try now, maybe there where OOS. I see a seller selling it for 39.90.

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These are great! 500+ rounds on my AR
Also did a battery test on it. Leaving it on 24/7 on 3rd brightness- lasted 36 days. Not bad if you want to change the super cheap battery once a month.

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Have one on my 10/22 plinker for several years, no issues. I wouldn't put it on a shotgun, or a rifle with any oomph

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As the old saying goes “you get what you pay for” nuff said !

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A $150 red dot that is only this price on Amazon is bad how? Throwing out a random statement is idiotic and degrades society as a whole. You contribute to the decline of western civilization.

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Mine has taken 1000 rounds from my 16" AR15. Mostly 55gr and maybe 100 62gr. No issues yet.

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Against my better judgement I bought one around black Friday for for 41 or 43 bucks, I can't remember.

Anyway, I never wanted it, I generally hate Chinese shit and these sights proved to be no exception. I just fell for all the bogus reviews of people saying how great they are, so for just over $40 bucks, I figured I'd roll the dice. The first one was complete garbage. The threaded cap that holds the spare battery was so poorly machined that everytime I rotated the illumination on, the cap would literally pop off. Piece of shit. Returned for a replacement. The second is 100% better.

Regardless, I still don't trust it. I'll never trust it, should've never bought it. It's been in its box in my safe completely unmounted till I put it on the rail of my new MK IV Ruger. I just wanted to see what it looked like, it wasn't even tightened down. I also have the lower 1/3 UTG mount that I'll throw in. You can read my 1 star review on Amazon, I said I'd revise it when I used it but that never happened.

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The price on these keep jumping up and down.I picked these up months ago for $39.99 great deal

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$52 not $44

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oh 8 more dollars I think you could scrounge that up

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What height mount do I need to get this for lower 1/3 co witness? the 1 inch or the .83? I am thinking the 1 inch is dead on with AR front post sight? please let me know

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Remember to get the taller mount if you have iron sights

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Put one on my AK...stayed RIGHT ON for over 700 rnds...10 stars!!

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Shot 2 of my ar 15s with these trs 25 red dots. Both worked perfect, and they were already zeroed. No adjusting. I put one on my cz scorpion carbine also, i have not shot it yet. But the trs 25 does co witness perfect on the scorpion stock sights so i dont think i will have an issue with it. No loss of dot or movement on red dot. I did blue loctite all screws on red dot and risers. For $40 its a great deal.

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Add your comment here...which is better this or the sightmark ultra shot plus

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They're different animals. This is a RDS with a little 1" tube. The Sightmark has real reticle options and a much bigger rectangular "screen" [portal] to look through. It is also bigger, heavier & costs more. I'd choose the Sightmark if you're going to ditch irons and pair it up with a magnifier for a budget setup, but this if I were just looking for RDS ability to layer on top of irons for a quick & dirty solution.

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They are white lettering. I bought 3, all seem to be working good. No issues yet.

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Anyone who bought and received this item yet that can confirm if it is a yellow or white Bushnell in writing on the side of the unit? Thanks

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Ordered but not received yet. I bought it through Amazon and not one of their sellers just in case.

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I have one of these with the UTG mount.
So far so good. There is a new model coming out soon.
Debut'd at shot show. The TRS-26.
Looking forward to that one. Cant go wrong with this tho.

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I have about ten of these on various guns. Only one gave me trouble on an ak, would blink off when the bolt went into battery, sent it back, got a new one. Problem solved.

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Currently $39.99 at Amazon 02/14/18. I picked one up for my AR 15. Almost 90% of review are positive for this thing. I did buy the UTG medium riser too for $7 so that I raise it.

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Have one on my ar9 pistol.... thing works great, just read the other reviews... this thing is great. There isn’t a better budget dot out there

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Got mine from Amazon at $40. Threw it on my WASR, works great! Cheap enough to just leave on my farm gun and not worry about it getting banged around.

Love it a lot more than the Sightmark red dot that's twice the price.

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I have three of these. I also have a T1. For ~$40 these are great red dots. Pair with a utg riser they are an excellent optic, hood zero and are super bright. Utg has a QD riser as well

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I have it 5 starts

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I arte it 4 stars. Good for budget guns.

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I own an Aimpoint Comp M4, EOtech XPS 2-0, Trijicon MRO and RMR, and a TRS 25.

While the TRS 25 isn't the quite on the same level as those others, it is still pretty good. I have it on a Ruger 10/22 and it works very well for that application.

I would recommend it to anyone on a budget.

If you are using it for an AR, there is a version that comes with a riser from the factory. That is the version I bought.

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It holds up well and is a quality optic, but mine doesn't get quite bright enough for sunny day use

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how long is battery life

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You can get replacement batteries at the dollar store, too. Like if you get a stupid 10 pack of battery powered candles, you'd get 10 batteries for $1.

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As long as you remember to turn it off when not in use, it lasts a long time. Uses standard CR2032 battery.

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Great Red Dot I purchased for $47.74 Next day price dropped to $41.99 I called Amazon and got credit back to reflect the $41.99 2 hours later that same day price went back up again to $45.97 Why so many up and down prices

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I have two of these. I've used them on AR 15s and 12 gauge shotguns. I've even used it on a Vepr 12 where I mag dumped a 25 round drum. It holds up to the shock/recoil fine. The only real issue is if you have astigmatism you won't see a neat dot unless you use a magnifier on it.

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Got mine, love it... needs a riser though but those are like 8-10$. Recommend the .83 riser

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I had to use a riser to clear my front sight as well.

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For the 32 of us thumbs up ok `ing ç'est à dire take the trophee...

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Can this be mounted on a ruger 10/22?

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Yes. Someone mentioned that they hace one on theirs.

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Got mine. What’s up with the tilted lense?

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The tilted lens helps cut down on your RDS acting like a flashlight revealing your location to anything [or -one] you're drawing a bead on...

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It's part of the design. It's been a while since I took physics but I think it's for refraction(?).

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