Trijicon ACOG question

Discussion in 'Optics & Mounts' started by 09KJame, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. 09KJame

    09KJame New Member

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  2. JonM

    JonM Moderator

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    the reticle i prefer for fast moving targets is the german #4.
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    ignore the scope im just referring to the reticle. for javelina coyote pig it works well. got a leupold mk4 cqb with illuminated circle dot but i prefer the german 4.

    knowing why you want it would be a help. but im not an acog fan too bulky. just my opinion.
     

  3. 09KJame

    09KJame New Member

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    great-- thanks for the help!
     
  4. jonhunter

    jonhunter New Member

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    If you are looking for a 4x32 then you should also check out this scope:

    Trijicon 4x32 Yellow Illumination

    I have shot using the TA31H a few times and really like it. Trijicon ACOGs are sweet.
     
  5. kwylie

    kwylie New Member

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    Can't go wrong

    We use the TA 11 and the 47's I think.

    Some of our weapons now we (HQ) do not put front or rear sights on when issued to the field. They (HQ) have not had any issues with the scopes loosing zero or breaking while in the field. At least none or very few have been reported. Not enough to compel the service to spend the extra $300.00 for flip up FT and Rear sights.

    My advice is to pick a reticle design you can live with and go. They are great pieces of gear.
     
  6. safedman

    safedman New Member

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    TA31F would be my choice

    The lighted dot is perfect at night also, no glare. Wish I had the $$$$ To get one!!!

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6thfpoqOavQ&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Trijicon Acog 4x32 TA31F Scope[/ame]
     
  7. NPD5946TSW

    NPD5946TSW New Member

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    I suggest the TA31F. I have one and love it. I originally had the TA01NSNDOC, which is a lot more money, but traded it straight up for the TA31F. The range finding with the chevron is easy. The chevron seems much more crisp than the other reticles. For my eyes at least, the circle and hoarse shoe reticles don't give a precise aimimng point. My eyes pick up the red color more quickly than the yellow (when on the move/ multiple targets). And the green is almost too bright for me. Sorry, I got to rambling. The trijicon Rep out here is awesome, and let us T&E a bunch of them.. Just my thoughts.