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Intro To Rifle Optics

From Guns.com:

Whenever I am outfitting a new rifle with new optics, I have two major criteria. The first one is the obvious – application. What is the rifle to be used for? What kind of distance and precision are required? What kind of shooting entails? For example, shooting high-speed drills at 50-yards in a 3-Gun match is quite different than shooting a rutting bull on a crimson ridgeline during a fall elk hunt. The second criteria revolves around budget. We are spoiled for choice here with countless options ranging from wallet-friendly glass all the way up to world-class precision optics. Matching your must-have features with cost will narrow down those options.

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Wireless Thermal/NVG Scope Connects To Helmet

From KitUp:

In three years, the Army hopes to start fielding the Family of Weapon Sights-Individual, a new lightweight thermal weapon sight that is designed to communicate wirelessly with the service’s latest Enhanced Night Vision Goggle (ENVG).

Linking these two technologies creates a new capability called Rapid Target Acquisition, according to Lt. Col. Timothy Fuller, product manager for Soldier Maneuver Sensors at Fort Belvoir, Va.

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Scope Tracking

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Scope Tracking

From NSSF’s YouTube channel:

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ATN THOR 640

ATN THOR 640

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Leupold HAMR

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Trijicon 4×32 ACOG TA31RCO-M150CP

Press Realease

Trijicon®, Inc., the world leader in the development of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the military, law enforcement and hunting markets, introduces the Trijicon 4×32 ACOG® (TA31RCO-M150CP) to the consumer market. Previously only available to the military and law enforcement market, the Trijicon 4×32 ACOG is perfect for varmint or big game hunting with an AR rifle or plinking at the range.

Trijicon 4x32 ACOG32 TA31RCO-M150CP

Trijicon 4x32 ACOG TA31RCO-M150CP

The ACOG is the official rifle combat optic of the U.S. Marine Corps and the Trijicon 4×32 ACOG is standard issue for all Special Operations Forces. This new to the consumer market 4×32 ACOG is the official optic of the US Army. Like the military, hunters are searching for an optic to add to their arsenal that is rugged, dependable, and operates in critical situations – and Trijicon has answered the call with the introduction of its exclusive 4×32 ACOG into this market.

The Trijicon 4×32 ACOG incorporates the innovative Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC) – a revolutionary both-eyes-open aiming method that provides the shooter with “instinctive” target acquisition and increased hit potential. The reticle features a red chevron aiming point and incorporates a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC), which offers additional aiming points out to 800 meters. Weighing in at a mere 16.2 ounces and measuring 7.3″ L x 2.1″ W x 2.5″ H, the Trijicon 4×32 ACOG is lightweight, versatile and mounts to any MIL-STD-1913 rail using the supplied mount. A spacer system is also provided allowing the sight to be configured properly for varying weapon systems.

The Trijicon 4×32 ACOG is manufactured in the USA and features forged, 7075-T6 aluminum alloy housing, providing durability beyond the call of duty and a hard anodized coating protects against corrosion and battlefield chemicals. Fully multi-layer lens coating per MIL-C-14806A provides for maximum optical performance in any light. Additionally, the 4×32 ACOG offers improved engineering of the +/- 20 MOA (two clicks per inch at 100 yards) external adjustment system. The newly improved system provides faster adjustment speed in the field as well as a completely waterproof design even when the caps are removed. Waterproof (100 Meters) and nitrogenfilled to eliminate fogging, the Trijicon 4×32 ACOG has a lifetime warranty.

For more information on the Trijicon 4×32 ACOG model TA31RCO-M150CP or any of Trijicon’s self-luminous aiming systems, please contact Trijicon, Inc. at 49385 Shafer Ave., Wixom, MI 48393 • (800) 388-0563

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