Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Sight Riflescope


  • Trophy red dot, 1x25mm; 3 MOA, Dot-reticle
  • Easy target acquisition; Mounting Length of 1.1"
  • Amber-bright high contrast lens coating (front lens is tinted amber)
  • TILTED front lens reflects LED light to create red dot; Bushnell logo color on the product may vary (white/gold)
  • Red dot LED light source secured inside the scope with adhesive (by design, partially obstructs field of view)
  • Red dot may appear blurry or misshapen if the dot intensity is set too high for the ambient light conditions (most likely to occur indoors with artificial light)
  • Caution: An illumination setting that is too high for ambient light conditions will result in a dot that appears distorted and non-concentric. Please refer to the user manual attached below for troubleshooting steps and instructions.
  •  Black
$47.99
Category: Sports & Outdoors

Comments about Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Sight Riflescope 1

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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