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Trijicon ACOG Review
Thursday, 18 November 2010
The Trijicon ACOG Reticle
Product Review of the Trijicon ACOG Reticle

Using its dual-illuminated precision reticle, the Trijicon ACOG supplies the tactical operator employing a unique aiming reticle in all light conditions whether it be good or bad - without using disaster susceptible batteries. The Trijicon ACOG, driven by way of a tritium-phosphor lamp, compared to failure prone batteries, the Trijicon ACOG reticle glows throughout low-light conditions, as the superior fiber optics of the Trijicon ACOG instantly change the brightness level as well as contrast on the reticle throughout brighter light environments. The auto-brightness attribute on the Trijicon ACOG is simply one of its many features that sets the Trijicon ACOG apart from it's competition.
Several types of the Trijicon ACOG - such as the 4x32 Trijicon ACOG that's now available to hunters and also target shooters - incorporate the innovative Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC). This innovative, both-eyes-open aiming approach will provide you with "instinctive" target acquisition as well as increased hit potential when using the Trijicon ACOG. Also, the Trijicon ACOG's ranging will be designed directly into the majority of the Trijicon ACOG reticles, so you just need to set zero one time for any multitude of ranging distances with the Trijicon ACOG. Broad-band, anti-reflective covered lenses in the Trijicon ACOG present exceptional quality as well as light accumulating features with zero distortion. The Trijicon ACOG now offers substantial Eye Volume™, supplying you with greater leeway - fore as well as aft, as well as laterally - along with which to see in the lens within the Trijicon ACOG. Needless to say, when the target is acquired, the Trijicon ACOG is really a reliable ally to assist you focus on a perfect shot.
The reticle from the Trijicon AGOG is made to be mutually fast and simple to use. The Trijicon ACOG could be zeroed in from 100 meters while using the elevation as well as windage knobs. Adjustments for elevation and windage with the Trijicon ACOG are .33 MOA for each click. When the Trijicon ACOG has been zeroed, the caps will be reinstalled and no more modifications are needed for using the Trijicon ACOG. To utilize the Trijicon ACOG, an operator merely establishes the precise range simply by positioning the reticle's horizontal lines between target's shoulders, in the event the Trijicon ACOG you're using contain the properly constructed reticle.
The Trijicon ACOG is created by using a tough, military-spec, aluminum-alloy housing and the Trijicon ACOG is actually water-proof up to absolute depths of 500 feet - rendering the Trijicon ACOG practically indestructible. Only the prism housing in the Trijicon ACOG changes, thus it's actually much more tough compared to standard models.
By picking the Trijicon ACOG, you're in good company. The world's very best organization, actually makes use of the Trijicon ACOG. The Trijicon ACOG stands out as the official Rifle Combat Optic of the U.S. Marine Corps and also the Army. Additionally, the Trijicon ACOG 4x32 A is actually fielded with the Special Operations Forces. When the Trijicon ACOG is adequate regarding those organizations, it ought to be worthy of at the very least a strong looking at.
Much like the armed service, hunters tend to be in search of an optic to include in their system which is tough, reliable and works in essential situations, the Trijicon ACOG is that optic. The Trijicon ACOG 's reticle a red chevron aiming point and even incorporates a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) which offers added aiming points to 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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