Trijicon® ACOG® RifleScope

   

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4X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
5.8"-9.9oz.

Objective Size (mm):
32mm

Eye Relief:
1.5"

Reticle:
Chevron

FOV:
36.8'
  • Fiber optics- and tritium-illuminated reticle
  • Includes flattop mount, a Lenspen® and lens caps
  • Eye relief: 1.5"

4x32 scope features a Red Chevron BAC Flattop reticle illuminated through the use of fiberoptics (for daytime use) and tritium (for nighttime use), providing a vivid aiming point without the need for failure-prone batteries! Ranging reticle is calibrated for 5.56 (.223 caliber) flattop rifles out to 800m. Includes a flattop mount, a Lenspen®, a set of lens caps, and a warranty card. Eye relief: 1.5". FOV@100 yds.: 36.8'. Length: 5.8". Weight: 9.9 oz. without mount.

Manufacturer model #: TA31F.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ACOG Scope for 5.56 ACOG scopes are simple to use and the bullet drop compensator effective within a specific load and weight. Zeroing was simple, using the provided instructions. It is expensive, but I wanted a rugged scope I could use for hog hunting. November 1, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb Tactical Scope Interestingly, the Trijicon TA31F ACOG was the only ACOG model available from Bass Pro and it was the exact model I was looking for. It was about $100 less than from the Trijicon web site. Mounting the scope on my S&W M&P-15OR was simple and sure (as one would expect of a tactical scope). Zeroing the sight in at 100 yards (tip of the chevron) was simple and straightforward. The ranging reticle is quite accurate. Removing and reinstalling the scope produced replicatable measures of accuracy. October 25, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by military grade i was skeptical when i was told we were mouting acogs, but after 10 months of bein beat and banged around on the streets of Iraq they hold a spot on zero better than i would have ever expected. the only downfall is the reticle is too bright during the day but is an easy fix by covering up some of the fiber optic material June 6, 2009
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I have troy folding battle sites on my S&W M&P15 in 5.56/.223. I would like to keep the sites on and still be able to use them in conjunction with this ACOG.

Is there another mount I would need in order to accomplish this?
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i have not seen a mount but i bet a good gunsmith will be able to make one or make an adptor for one.
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Unless you were to mount a rail spacer (which would make using the ACOG very uncomfortable because of the added height), you cant use them together, usually you would just fold down the battle sights to be used if the ACOG were to fail or if you remove it. One nice feature of the ACOG is that you are able to remove it and replace it without losing zero. I hope this helps.
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