We recently did some tests between various red dot optics and even the Eotech 516 as well as the Trijicon Reflex sights. I don’t quite put the new Trijicon SRS sight in the same category as RX30A-51 because they just don’t seem like the same animal. There is some wash out with the Trijicon fiber optic cables when you go from outdoors to indoors so this is something you will have to train for. We did some tests with the Trijicon SRS sight to see if there were any noticeable changes when going from the solar powered lighting environment to total darkness and we were impressed with this part of it. I do have to say there are plenty of critical comments out there about the SRS sight and the Diod image that shows up in certain lighting conditions. I’ve had some people say that you need a flash kill for this sight and in all honesty, from what I see, yes you do.
There are Eotech sights that are MOA red dots but there is definitely a clarity difference between the SRS sight and even Aimpoint sights. The new addition to the Trijicon Reflex sights are the Trijicon SRS01 and the SRS02. These are the same optic but different mounting systems. I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t want the bobro mount because they just make so much sense. I am running an SRS sight on my LWRC M6A2 and it is a very fast sight not just because it’s zero magnification but the red dot is more like star light than a hazy. The cost of the SRS sights are about $300-$400 more than the Aimpoint red dots but if you are competition shooters or you want to be the first in your group to get it, you’ll be able to figure out the advantages of this optic.