Trijicon MRO 1x25 Co-Witness Red Dot Sight

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Trijicon MRO 1x25 Co-Witness Red Dot Sight


The Trijicon MRO® 1x25 Co-Witness Red Dot is a reflex sight for use with carbine rifles and shotguns. This red dot sight features a larger viewing area that enables rapid target acquisition and multi-coated lenses for exceptional clarity and precision. The housing on the MRO red dot is constructed with 7075 aluminum and is fully sealed to protect against harsh weather. Eight illumination settings provide precise aim even in low-light and are easily controlled with the ambidextrous adjustment knobs. Designed for reliability, speed, and accuracy, the Trijicon MRO® 1x25 Co-Witness Red Dot Optic performs even in the most demanding conditions.


  • Fully sealed for weather-resistance
  • Multi-coated lenses provide superior clarity with zero reticle distortion
  • Capless design prevents accidental adjustment or loss of zero
  • 8 illumination settings with ambidextrous brightness control
  • ​​​​​​​Larger viewing area allows faster target acquisition
  • 5 years of continuous use at setting 5
  • Durable 7075 aluminum construction


  • Battery: CR2032 Lithium
  • Length: 2.6 in.
  • Day Reticle Color: Red
  • Battery Life: 5 years of continuous use at day setting "3" (setting 5 of 8) at 70°F
  • Height: 2 in.
  • Illumination Settings: 8
  • Housing Material: 7075-T6 forged aluminum
  • Objective Lens Diameter:25mm
  • Reticle: 2 MOA Dot
  • Dimensions: 2.6" L x 1.7" W x 2.73" H
  • Magnification:1x
  • Waterproof: 100 ft.
  • Adjustment Range: 70 MOA total travel
  • Model #: 2200005
  • Eye Relief: Infinite
  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/2 MOA
  • Weight: 5.8 oz.
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