Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Soybomb, Feb 10, 2009.
That the new triji sight?
yeah, i'm still not sure if i'd prefer it over a micro aimpoint for my home defense gun, but it seems like it'd be worth trying
What was the estimated price? Specs? I think I'd like that over a tube.
Shits crazy expensive isn't it?
I like triji, but I would have to play with it in person before I plunked down huge coin. Doctors (especially ones that are "bulletproofed") have quite the reputation for being pretty legit.
midway's dealer price on the battery version is 520.
The tube on the aimpoint micro doesn't seem to bother me much when its mounted closer to me on the rail, with both eyes open it disappears pretty well. I'm not sure that i'll like the auto brightness adjusting feature of the triji.
If it's anything like the auto-adjust on the FastFire, it's not a problem at all.
I'd like to try it indoors with a weapon light. I do really love the accupoint but in a home defense role it seems like it washed out pretty easy with the flashlight on the wall and not much bounce off the ceiling. I wonder where the battery version meters light from.
Stop being so poor broseph.
You peasants amuse me. I'd post pics of all my Short Dots, but I don't have enough room on photobucket to host all the pics.
It's ok. I realize not everyone can be a balla like me. Truth is, I didn't even pay for those - My Delta/NSA/Rainbow Six buddies gave all them to me to help win the war on terror, and spread democracy wherever I go.
Next year remind me and I'll send you handful of them to give you a leg up.
Saw it at shot show. The trijicon micro reflex sight is very good. On the battery version the lens is very clear and it's real glass, not like their rebranded jpoint. The sight is going to retail at $600 and it does have a lifetime warentee. Battery power is claimed to be 2 years constant on in regualar lighting (not sure what regular lighting means). One nice feature is that it's got a double hump on top of the guard coving the top of the lens. The idea is if dropped the double hump would keep the top of the lens from cracking. The top of the lens is the weakest part of the lens from what I was told. It's a trijicon so you know it's built like a tank.
They also have a non battery completely fiber optic version. The no batteries is cool but the lens is so blue it's purple. brown targets for those that shoot ipsc almost disapear in low light. The dot is also like 12 MOA and it looks like it. Not really much good for 50 yard precision shoots.
We ordered two of the new cmores and two of the trijicons so I'll have a better opinion when I get them on guns and shoot them for real.
what up gecko45!