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.
XD-40 service, XD-9sc, member GeorgiaCarry.Org, National Rifle Association, Gun Owners of America, North American Hunting Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Last edited by treehugger49; 03-03-2012 at 12:31 PM.