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Old 03-02-2012, 05:29 PM   #1
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Default Trijicon Accupoint TR24 with LaRue mount

I was thinking of getting one.
I heard they are pretty good optics.
I have 2 Trijicon ACOG's and an Eotech XPS3-0 NV with a GG&G Accucam mount and like them all.
Just wondering how the Accupoint is going to compare. It's has the German cross hair (green) reticle.

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Old 03-03-2012, 12:24 PM   #2
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I have the TR20-2G 3-9x40 AccuPoint w/ green mil-dot reticle on my dedicated hunting AR in 6.8 SPC.

I also have the TA-31F (red chevron reticle) ACOG on my RRA 5.56 AR, and I love both optics. For close quarters and moving target acquisition it's hard to beat the ACOG. On man sized critters with its 4x power it works well out to 400+ meters, too.

For target shooting and hunting, though, I prefer the precision of a crosshair reticle. My AccuPoint excels in the hunting environment, with great clarity in the glass, excellent light transmission, and beautiful reticle presentation in both bright and low light situations with the fiber optic/tritium feature. Plus, in Trijicon style, it's built like a tank, yet weighs only about 12.8 oz.

Mine is mounted on a LaRue LT-104 mount, and you can't beat it.

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Thanks for the Info.
The Trijicon Accupoint TR24 is mounted on a LaRue SPR QD mount.
I have a TA31F on my 20" BCM and a TA50 on my SBR. I love them both.
The Accupoint is going on my Draco SBR, it should fit real nice on the Texas Dog Leg Rail.

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You may want to consider the LaRue VFZ mount over the QD Speed Levers for your LaRue SPR unit. If you're not going to be frequently removing the scope, as in my case with a dedicated hunting rig, the VFZ mount option will save you $50. It is very secure and indexed to insure equal torque on both mounts for re-mounting purposes.

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The LaRue SPR mount has the QD levers.
I got a good deal on the Trijicon Accupoint TR24 3G with the Larue mount.

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Good deal! I know you'll enjoy it.

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Got the Accupoint today and it now sits on the TWS rail system on my Draco SBR. This is one sweet setup.

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Pics please

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When I get home after work I will take some pics.

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Here are some pics.

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