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Trijicon TX30 Tripower Reflex Tube Sight Power Tri 30mm
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Most Helpful Positive Review Don't dismiss this red-dot (chevron) scope.
If you are shopping for a 1x red-dot scope you really owe to yourself to ta...
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Most Helpful Negative Review 2 defective units SN 6958 and 7166
The first unit I received (SN 6958) had a crooked battery compartment and w...
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OK product, poor customer service

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on January 20, 2014
The scope itself had a scratch on the inside of the glass and had to return. Could not print a return label and had to call 3 times to get them to send me one...still have not gotten it. Killflash for scope is poorly made and came apart after putting on once and removing. would like to get a replacement scope to test if they would eve send me a return label. scope is a 4, killflash is a 1 at best, customer service is a 1 at best. Site if fine as long as you get the intended product and don't have to return.
Pros: quick target acquisition, seemed like it was solidly made even though I did not get a chance to fully test it yet
Cons: had to return first one due to scratch or mark on inside of glass...
Would recommend: Yes
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TX 30 third times a charm...maybe?

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on October 28, 2013
First unit had air bubbles in the front lenses. Sent it back OpticsPlanet sent me a new one. Second unit was missing the lens pen,had lent inside the optic, and it looked like it had been mounted once before. Contacted OP they say the scopes come from the factory as is. OP was more than willing to swap it out again but at this point im going to send it back to Trijicon and see if they will make good on the reputation they have built up. We'll see if the third time is a charm.
Pros: Triple redundant light source is King for reliability
Cons: quality control at factory is Court Jester ...
Would recommend: No
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EMP Ready

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AZ Written on May 18, 2013
Just picked up a Trijicon TX30 TriPower a few days ago and i must say that i am extremely impressed. The quality is fantastic, the image is clear, and red chevron reticle is very crisp. Acquiring the reticle is fast and easy to see with both eyes. Out doors, the FO and tritium are all you need. Very bright image. If you are in a low light or NO light setting, you can run the back up battery power and it lights up the reticle instantly bright.

I've used several high dollar optics for training and Trijicon optics definitely have a clearer more crisp reticle IMO. Definitely a good optic option to consider and hey it's good to go if there's an EMP attack...
Would recommend: Yes
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triple redundant reflex sight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 3, 2013
Love this Sight! Chevron is crisp and easy to pic up and this sight will still function unlike red dots if there is EMP......
Would recommend: Yes
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great item

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, ME Written on July 23, 2012
Easy to see Target ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Solid fast-acquisition sight that does not require batteries

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IL Written on February 19, 2012
I purchased this sight for my FS2000, to replace the factory 3x sight. It works perfectly with the EOTech Gen II 3x magnifier. And has excellent eye relief both with and without the magnifier. Requires a 1/2" riser to align with the EOTech, and they both just fit on the top rail of the FS2000. The sight is very easy to zero in and has maintained zero after a couple hundred rounds. The light gathering mechanism even works on the range in average light conditions. The tritium light source works very well in low and no light conditions. I have not needed to use the batteries to power the chevron. The only real problem I have found with this sight is when sitting in a dark location and looking out into full daylight. In this situation, the chevron is extremely pale. Turning on the battery does not help the situation. For how expensive the unit is, it should have come with a better full system cover and lense covers. The cover that comes with it is very difficult to put on and off. The accessory lense covers are great.
Pros: excellent optics, can use in day or night situations, does not require batteries
Cons: A little pricey, reticle hard to see going from dark to light, needs better lense covers...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon TX30

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on January 10, 2012
Great reflex site for the money!
Pros: Chevron aiming reticle and battery backup
Cons: Chevron can get washed out depending on light conditions, if in doubt use the battery....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great non-battery dependent optic!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on July 16, 2011
I use a Trijicon TX30(GenI) on a Larue Tactical LT-129, mounted on a M4 carbine. The optic is co-witness'd by the Iron sights. With it set up like this, the TX30 is a perfect home defence optic. There is no need to remember to turn it on (thanks to the tritium) and the light gathering fiber-optics on top help to adjust for brighter lighting conditons. The recticle will drown out when looking onto a really bright area if you are aiming from a area with little light. This is going to be a give-in due to is design, just use the battery power to compensate for this, or just aim with the co-witness'd Irons sights if you have it set up like this. I would choose the TX30 over an Eotech or Aimpoint any day. Great optic!
Pros: Light weight, not battery dependent, chevron rectile, Trijicon!
Cons: On the high-end of the price spectrum for red dots....
Would recommend: Yes
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2 defective units SN 6958 and 7166

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on March 25, 2011
The first unit I received (SN 6958) had a crooked battery compartment and would not accept batteries. I returned this and received a replacement (SN 7166). Replacement unit shuts off when jarred or rifle fired. I called Trijicon and the rep said to "take a toothpick and adjust the battery contacts". This is unacceptable for a battle sight. Do not buy this product. ...
Would recommend: No
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Tripower versatile 1X optic.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, HI Written on January 14, 2010
This is my first optic with a aiming chevron and I love it. Much more accurate then a dot especially for longer distance work.
Pros: Works without batteries, aiming chevron better then dot, made in the USA
Cons: None yet....
Would recommend: Yes
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