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Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Sight Riflescope, 1x25mm, Black

$69.00 $60.78

$69.00 $60.78

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  • Matte black featuring a 3 MOA Dot reticle with 11 brightness settings; Mounts easily on most picatinny rails and is compatible with pistols, shotguns, rifles and muzzleloaders
  • Waterproof construction: O ring sealed optics stay dry inside, even when totally immersed in water. Parallax – 50
  • Shockproof construction: Built to withstand bumps, bangs, drops and the rough and tumble environment of the field
  • Nitrogen purged fog proofing: Nitrogen inside the scope ensures interior optical surfaces won’t fog due to humidity or rapid temperature change

10 reviews for Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Sight Riflescope, 1x25mm, Black

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  1. Steve Murphy

    Excellent quality, typical of Bushnell. Fitted to my .45acp Norinco semi automatic pistol it seems resilient enough. The brightness of the red dot is superb. It doesn’t wash out in 35C heat and the BRIGHT sunlight here in Spain, even when pointed at a white wall. Eleven brightness positions manually adjustable for use on indoor ranges. Very happy with it.

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  2. Rebecca & Alex


    Good optic for the price. This is the newer model with the white bushnell lettering and the red dot DOES disappear at around the 10 o’clock when you look through it at a certain angle. But as long as it’s mounted it shouldn’t really be much of an issue. I just wish bushnell would’ve kept the original model! Other than that it’s still a good optic. Makes my dpms look good. And when you recieve your optic the battery is already in it and there’s a clear lens that keeps the battery from touching the battery mount so be sure to remove that or else it won’t work!

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  3. D Sully

    For the price this red dot is amazing. Penny for penny it is better than my Vortex and my Eotech.

    Zeroed at 50 yards in no time at all. Has held zero just fine over a few hundred rounds. Install could have been easier but that’s really kind of nit-picking.

    To those complaining that they don’t work — you do realize that you have to remove the clear plastic shield that keeps the battery from making contact until the scope is ready to be used, right? Yes this isn’t in the instructions but seriously, how hard is that to figure out?

    Could the dot be a little more crisp? Maybe. Could it be a little brighter? Maybe. But when you consider the price, what exactly are you expecting? It is bright enough to see in the bright Arizona sun and the dot is crisp enough to drill headshots at 100 yards without much trouble.

    If you’re on a budget, buy with confidence. If you’re expecting the same performance as a scope that costs hundreds more, then take a big swig of reality and save your money.

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  4. KBeagle

    I have an older TRS-25 like the one pictured with orange lettering. It’s been great, I love that thing! I bought another and it’s a little different, white lettering and a slightly shorter brightness knob but feels equally well made.

    What ruins it is that it doesn’t get bright enough to see outdoors in sunny conditions. Surely it’s defective and Amazon was good about an exchanging it. The second one i received is the same, the brightness at setting 11 on the new ones is the same as 5 on my old one. It has a significantly lower maximum brightness. On a pistol or anything you want to have fast acquisition it’s useless.

    I’m going to keep it because I needed a replacement red dot for my telescope and the lower settings are really really dim so it should be good for that.

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  5. Douglas Edwards

    As you are likely aware, there are myriad choices of red dot sights to choose from. When investigating the TRS-25, I liked what I read of other’s experiences with the sight until I came across some reviews stating there was a noticeable difference between the older model (gold lettered Bushnell) and the newer model with a white logo. Amazon shows a photo of the older version, but advises you may receive a sight with the white lettering. The reviews were not so favorable on the new model written by those who have both. The lettering is too garish…the optic is not as bright as the older model…the dot disappears on the edges of the viewfinder. You’ve probably read those reviews.

    I decided to give it a shot anyway and ordered one. It arrived promptly and in good shape. I was anxious to open the box and see what model I purchased, old or new. I was hopeful…the box pictured the sight with gold lettering, I opened the box and…NO! Doggonit! It’s the the new model.

    I was set to be disappointed and find problems right off with the sight. Guess what? I didn’t. It worked just fine. The dot was bright, it was clear. It didn’t disappear at the outskirts of the viewfinder…the dial to control the brightness was not loosey-goosey. It seemed just fine. I was relieved, and so should you be.

    Now I haven’t seen the older model TRS-25 to compare it to, but I do have an Eotech on my AR that I’ve looked through for a long time. Granted, it’s not Eotech, but it’s mighty well serviceable enough to sit atop my 9mm Beretta carbine. The four stars instead of five is because I haven’t put it through the paces to make sure it continues to work and will hold zero, but I am optimistic about being satisfied with this purchase…

    I hope this helps some other guy who worries about a few negative reviews in spite of a thousand positive ones.

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  6. antony g douglas

    Excellent value for money ,as the many reviews on Utube attest . I have it on my Ruger Ar- 22 , works really well .

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  7. Client d’Amazon

    Je confirme le commentaire du 20 janvier 2018 c’est un faux! Je viens de recevoir le mien aujourd’hui et j’ai pu le constater !
    Le red dot reçu est une copie de la version 2 (Lettre blanche), la pile n’est pas installé dans son emplacement mais elle est dans un petit sac plastique, le projecteur du dot et situer en haut à droite alors quand dans la version 2 originale le projecteur est en bas à droite et il y a un filtre bleuté très désagréable dans les vitres ! J’en ai acheter un original dans un magasin de chasse pour comparer et la qualité n’a rien à voir…
    Renvoyé aussi sec ! Passez votre chemin….

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  8. Sgt. Pitbull

    I’ve purchased several red dot sights below $100 and none have been able to withstand the recoil of my AK47. 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.
    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. Just don’t use cheap batteries, purchase a reputable brand and you will never find yourself in the woods with your red dot dead.
    After testing this sight on my AK47 and shooting a few thousand rounds, I have never had to make any adjustments to them. They are made extremely well and durable. Not to mention they won’t fog up in adverse weather nor will they rust, the coating on these is very good.
    If you find my review to be of help, please click the “helpful” button below.
    Thanks and always be safe 🙂

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  9. 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 vey 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 eye sight is not as good as it once was !

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  10. Niels Andersen

    1. The dot isn’t centered in the inner tube! It’s offset towards the emitter. You must point the sight slightly up and left relative to the line of sight to get it to center. Just look at the image where the sight is in focus. (This is not a matter of adjustment since the entire inner tube is moved by the adjustment screw)
    2. There are some thin crescent/ring shaped reflections of the emitter and they are quite distracting. This is most visible when facing something dark or at higher (more than 5) brightness setting. At night it’s visible at the lowest brightness setting.
    3. Red glare in upper left which, depending on lighting conditions, can be so intense that it ruins the sight picture.

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