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    Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
    10:20 pm
    Trijicon ACOG Review
    The Trijicon ACOG Reticle

    Featuring a dual-illuminated precision reticle, the Trijicon ACOG offers the tactical operator with a unique aiming reticle in every light conditions be it bad or good - without having to use failure vulnerable batteries. The Trijicon ACOG, powered by way of a tritium-phosphor lamp, rather than failure prone batteries, the Trijicon ACOG reticle lights up with low-light conditions, while the innovative fiber optics from the Trijicon ACOG quickly adjust the brightness level along with contrast for the reticle within brighter light situations. This particular auto-brightness attribute on the Trijicon ACOG is just one of the several features which sets the Trijicon ACOG above and beyond it's competition.
    Many types of the Trijicon ACOG - such as the 4x32 Trijicon ACOG which is available to hunters along with target shooters - integrate the innovative Bindon Aiming Conceptā„¢ (BAC). This ground-breaking, both-eyes-open aiming technique will provide you with "instinctive" target acquisition in addition to improved hit potential while using the Trijicon ACOG. And so, the Trijicon ACOG's ranging will be assembled into the majority of the Trijicon ACOG reticles, and that means you only have to set zero once to get a large number of ranging distances using the Trijicon ACOG. Broad-band, anti-reflective covered lenses on the Trijicon ACOG offer excellent clarity along with light acquiring features having absolutely no distortion. The Trijicon ACOG offers substantial Eye Volumeā„¢, providing you with better leeway - fore as well as aft, as well as back and forth - along with which to see throughout the lens in the Trijicon ACOG. Needless to say, after the target is acquired, the Trijicon ACOG is a trustworthy ally to assist you to zero in on the best shot.
    The reticle with the Trijicon AGOG is made to be mutually fast and simple to use. The Trijicon ACOG can be zeroed in at 100 meters when using the elevation and also windage knobs. Changes for windage and elevation with the Trijicon ACOG are .33 MOA in every click. Once the Trijicon ACOG is zeroed, the caps are actually reinstalled and no more modifications are needed for using the Trijicon ACOG. To implement the Trijicon ACOG, any operator just can determine the proper range through positioning the reticle's horizontal lines between the target's shoulders, in the event the Trijicon ACOG you might be using have the appropriately constructed reticle.
    The Trijicon ACOG is crafted using a tough, military-spec, aluminum-alloy housing and the Trijicon ACOG is water-proof up to depths of 500 feet - rendering the Trijicon ACOG nearly indestructible. Just the prism housing in the Trijicon ACOG changes, therefore it's far more tough compared to traditional models.
    In picking the Trijicon ACOG, you are in good company. The planet's very best corporation, actually makes use of the Trijicon ACOG. The Trijicon ACOG is the official Rifle Combat Optic of the U.S. Marine Corps and also the U.S. Army. Furthermore, the Trijicon ACOG 4x32 A is actually fielded by the Special Operations Forces. When the Trijicon ACOG is adequate for all these organizations, it should be worth at the very least a long viewing.
    Just like the armed service, hunters are searching for an optic to enhance their arsenal which is tough, dependable and works within critical situations, the Trijicon ACOG is always optic. The Trijicon ACOG 's reticle a red chevron aiming point plus incorporates a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) which offers further aiming points over 800 meters. The Trijicon ACOG 4x32 is lightweight, versatile and mounts to any MIL-STD 1913 rail using the supplied mount.


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