The Trijicon ACOG Reticle
Featuring its dual-illuminated precision reticle, the Trijicon ACOG supplies the tactical user employing a distinctive aiming reticle in every light conditions whether it is bad or good - without the use of failure prone batteries. The Trijicon ACOG, driven with a tritium-phosphor lamp, in contrast to failure prone batteries, the Trijicon ACOG reticle glows within low-light conditions, as the superior fiber optics in the Trijicon ACOG automatically change the brightness level along with contrast of the reticle within brighter light situations. This auto-brightness attribute belonging to the Trijicon ACOG is simply one of the many features which sets the Trijicon ACOG beyond it's competition.
Numerous types of the Trijicon ACOG - like the 4x32 Trijicon ACOG consequently available to hunters in addition to target shooters - combine the revolutionary Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC). This innovative, both-eyes-open aiming approach provides you with "instinctive" target acquisition in addition to enhanced hit potential while using the Trijicon ACOG. And thus, the Trijicon ACOG's ranging is usually built directly into the majority of the Trijicon ACOG reticles, so you just need to set zero once for a large number of ranging distances using the Trijicon ACOG. Broad-band, anti-reflective covered lenses within the Trijicon ACOG present outstanding clarity along with light acquiring functionality with zero distortion. The Trijicon ACOG also provides large Eye Volume™, providing you better leeway - fore as well as aft, as well as from side to side - along with which to see throughout the lens in the Trijicon ACOG. Naturally, after the target is acquired, the Trijicon ACOG is really a trustworthy ally to help you zero in on the best shot.
The reticle in the Trijicon AGOG was created to be both easy and quick to utilize. The Trijicon ACOG can be zeroed in from 100 meters when using the elevation along with windage dials. Changes for windage and elevation in the Trijicon ACOG are .33 MOA for each click. When the Trijicon ACOG is zeroed, the caps are reinstalled and no more alterations are essential for using the Trijicon ACOG. To use the Trijicon ACOG, an user simply determines the proper range through placing the reticle's horizontal lines relating to the target's shoulders, in the event the Trijicon ACOG you happen to be using possess the properly constructed reticle.
The Trijicon ACOG is designed using a tough, military-spec, aluminum-alloy housing and the Trijicon ACOG is actually water-proof to absolute depths of 500 feet - making the Trijicon ACOG almost indestructible. Only the prism housing on the Trijicon ACOG moves, therefore it is far more tough compared to standard designs.
In picking the Trijicon ACOG, you are always in good company. The planet's best company, actually makes use of the Trijicon ACOG. The Trijicon ACOG is the official Rifle Combat Optic of the U.S. Marine Corps as well as the U.S. Army. Moreover, the Trijicon ACOG 4x32 A is actually fielded from the Special Operations Forces. When the Trijicon ACOG is adequate for all these groups, it should be well worth at the very least a strong looking at.
Just like the armed service, hunters are searching for an optic to enhance their arsenal which is durable, reliable and works within crucial situations, the Trijicon ACOG is always optic. The Trijicon ACOG 's reticle a red chevron aiming point and even incorporates a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) that provides extra aiming points out to 800 meters. The Trijicon ACOG 4x32 is lightweight, versatile and mounts to any MIL-STD 1913 rail using the supplied mount.