Trijicon 4x32 ACOG Riflescope (Amber Crosshair Illuminated Reticle, Cerakote OD Green)

BH #TR4X32AA223O • MFR #TA01-D-100318
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Trijicon 4x32 ACOG Riflescope (Amber Crosshair Illuminated Reticle, Cerakote OD Green)
Key Features
  • Amber Center Crosshair .223 BDC Reticle
  • Tritium Center Illumination
  • 1/2 MOA Impact Point Correction
  • Windage/Elevation Adjustment
Trijicon's 4x32 ACOG Riflescope is a battle-proven weapon sight that is well-suited for use in the most challenging of conditions. The optical system offers a special optical design with zero image distortion and anti-reflection fully multi-coatings to maximize transmission and enhance image brightness and clarity. Also noteworthy is the battery-free tritium-illumination reticle, which employs a tritium phosphor lamp for low-light and night targeting. The reticle features four fine posts and a fine crosshair with markings for ballistic compensation.
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Trijicon ACOG Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Reticle
  • 3Optical Performance
  • 4Use and Handling
  • 5Construction Details

Trijicon's 4x32 ACOG Riflescope is a battle-proven weapon sight that is well-suited for use in the most challenging of conditions. The optical system offers a special optical design with zero image distortion and anti-reflection fully multi-coatings to maximize transmission and enhance image brightness and clarity. Also noteworthy is the battery-free tritium-illumination reticle, which employs a tritium phosphor lamp for low-light and night targeting. The reticle features four fine posts and a fine crosshair with markings for ballistic compensation.

The housing is engineered for exceptional performance: it is impact-resistant, fogproof, and waterproof with a submersion rating of 328'. It is forged from a single piece of durable and lightweight 7075-T6 aluminum alloy and coated with Type III hard anodizing finish. It also features an angled sunshade and mounts on a Picatinny-style rail via the included TA51 flattop mount.

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Reticle

  • Amber center crosshair reticle
  • Battery-free tritium illuminated center
  • Four thin posts and a fine crosshair

Optical Performance

  • 4x magnification
  • 32mm diameter objective
  • Fully multi-coated optics
  • 7° angle of view
  • 1.5" eye relief
  • 8mm exit pupil

Use and Handling

  • 1/2 MOA impact point correction
  • Windage and elevation adjustments

Construction Details

  • Forged 7075-T6 aluminum alloy housing
  • Scratch and abrasion-resistant finish
  • Tethered capped windage and elevation turrets
  • Front and back irons sights
  • Integrated angled sunshade
  • Built-in TA51 Picatinny rail mount
  • Fogproof and waterproof to 328'
  • Impact-resistant
UPC: 719307307322

Trijicon ACOG Specs

Performance
Magnification4x
Objective Lens Diameter32 mm
Field of View36.8' @ 100 yd / 12.3 m @ 100 m
Exit Pupil Diameter8 mm
Eye Relief1.5" / 38 mm
Reticle
Reticle TypeCenter Crosshair Reticle
IlluminationIlluminated
Illumination TypeTritium
Features
Impact Point Correction1/2 MOA per Click
General
BatteryNone
DimensionsLength: 5.8" / 147.3 mm
Weight15 oz / 424.1 g
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Date published: 2018-08-28
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