Trijicon ACOG 1.5x16S High Compact Scope - Dual Illuminated ACSS CQB-M5 - Green
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This TA44-C-400307 model features green reticle illumination powered by fiber optic light gathering in daytime and tritium in the dark. No batteries are needed. A tall base is machined into the scope body for use on AR-15s and other rifles with an in-line style stock that sits high relative to the Picatinny rail mount.
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Other TA44 ACSS® options include:
Trijicon 1.5x16S Compact ACOG with Red ACSS Reticle and AR-15 / Tall Base
Trijicon 1.5x16S Compact ACOG with Red ACSS Reticle and AK-47 / Low Base
Trijicon 1.5x16S Compact ACOG with Green ACSS Reticle and AK-47 / Low Base
Ratings & Reviews
by Chase -
Get your self a little ADM riser for your QD mount so the front sight post is clear to range targets. ADM has the perfect set up for this. If you run flip up front sight it will not matter but I am an A2 guy.
by Chase -
So the CQB M-5 reticle is small but effective. The horseshoe is perfect for just framing up on the center mass of a target and getting hits out to 50-75 yards on a man sized target. The chevron and the dots are plenty precise for longer shots and track perfectly. The range finding brackets are spot on as well of your eyes are up to the task.. essentially if you can see it then you can kill it. The only weakness is the lack of magnification for target identification further out. However as long as you have clear view of the target the longer hits come easy. The only real con is the ability for you to see the reticle when using a weapon light indoors. It can wash out slightly so just look for the horseshoe.
<br>(After thought) I like the green reticle for daytime outdoors shooting and the red for indoors low light YMMV.