Trijicon ACOG 4x32mm Scope - Dual Illuminated Chevron - Green

Manufactured by Trijicon
Manufactured by Trijicon
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$899.99 $1,099.99

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The Trijicon ACOG brings precision aiming and close quarters speed together in an advanced, combat-ready, and compact package. Extremely durable, these proven combat optics feature dual-illuminated reticles lit by fiber-optic for daylight illumination and tritium for low light operations. Offering unparalleled field of view, simplicity, and glass clarity, the ACOG is the ultimate do-everything optic for the modern sporting or combat rifle.

The TA31F-G is a fixed 4x optic designed to provide fast hits at close quarters with both eyes open. The passively illuminated chevron reticle features bullet drop and ranging out to 800 meters with standard 55-grain 5.56 NATO. Includes TA51 thumbscrew base for picatinny mount.

  • Expansive field of view
  • Superior optical clarity
  • Reticle illuminated by fiber optics and tritium
  • Bomb-proof construction
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Click Value1/2 MOA
Exit Pupil Diameter8.00 mm
Eye Relief1.50 in
Field View 10036.80 ft
Focal PlanePrism Scope
Night Vision CompatibleNon-Compatible
Objective Diameter32mm
ReticleTrijicon Chevron with M16 BDC
Reticle ColorRed
Reticle TypeBDC
Tube DiameterNot Applicable
Weight15.8 Oz
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Green is Good

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Green Chevron is awesome! When bright the Chevron is fat, but still head shot groups at 100yds, So used to Red on an M4 that Green just makes me happy to be different. Awesome Acog for the price.

The best choice

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Clear and light weight. Chevron in green draws your eye quickly. But once cry once. You will be forever happy with this scope

When I was in

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When I was in the US Army; there wasn't anything close to this thing. I'm hesitant to call it an optic; I should refer to it as a Abrams without a canon already built in. I've been researching for a while and the only thing I can say from first hand experience is that the optics are world class. If the 7075 forged body holds up as well as everything I've read, this "optic" will still be usable in a few hundred years.
<br>Seriously though, take a look through one first, the reticle appears to be based on one with 20-20 vision. As my older eyes tire through the day I find I need to pull my specs to see the reticle clearly. Saying that, I have NOTHING negative to say. I mean $$ sure, but as said before; buy once cry once. And honestly, with the optical perfection, I'd bet you'd have a hard time crying on this one. Oh, and PA - Top notch!

All around optic

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I've shot a ACOGs in the past but have never owned one. It's a great all purpose optic that allows me to shoot both near and far with both eyes open.