Gain a tactical advantage with the Trijicon's 4x32 ACOG Riflescope and 3.25 MOA RMR Sight Kit. The kit includes a battle-ready Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG) and a secondary Ruggedized Miniature Reflex Sight (RMR). The ACOG features a waterproof and shock-resistant construction with a battery-free dual-illuminated Red Chevron .223 Ballistic Reticle. The reticle pattern features a vertical post with an arrowhead and markings for ballistic compensation out to 800 meters. It employs tritium phosphor for illumination at night and fiber optic illumination for daytime. The sight's rugged optical system exhibits zero distortion, offers multiple anti-reflection coatings, and provides a 32mm objective aperture. To compensate for wind and ballistic bullet drop, the scope offers windage and elevation adjustments with 1/2 MOA impact point correction. For exceptional durability, the housing is forged from a single piece of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy and coated with Type III hard anodizing finish. It also features fogproof and waterproof (submersible to 328') performance, has an angled sunshade, and mounts on a Picatinny-style rail via the included TA51 Flattop Mount.
To empower you with rapid target acquisition in close quarter combat, the kit also provides the 3.25 MOA RMR Sight. The sight is mounted on top of the ACOG's eyepiece and features a 3.25 MOA red dot reticle with brilliant red LED illumination, powered by the included CR-2032 battery. To ensure precise shot placement, you are provided with 150 MOA windage and elevation adjustment ranges and 1 MOA click adjustments. For lasting durability, the sight is outfitted with tempered glass and a forged aluminum housing.
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