Trijicon 4x32 ACOG Eyepiece Flip Cap

BH #TR4X32BEFC • MFR #AC11030
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Trijicon 4x32 ACOG Eyepiece Flip Cap
Key Features
  • Works With or Without Mounting Bosses
  • Protects Eyepiece Lens
  • Folds Flat To Not Block View
Protect the eyepiece lens on your Trijicon 4x32 ACOG riflescope, with or without integrated bosses mounting a red dot sight, with the Eyepiece Flip Cap from the same manufacturer. This matte black, non-see through cover provides a snap-lock lid that prevents dust build up and blocks rain and snow accumulation when closed. The lid pivots a full 270 degrees to lay parallel to the scope so it doesn't block the shooters view.
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Trijicon ACOG Overview

Protect the eyepiece lens on your Trijicon 4x32 ACOG riflescope, with or without integrated bosses mounting a red dot sight, with the Eyepiece Flip Cap from the same manufacturer. This matte black, non-see through cover provides a snap-lock lid that prevents dust build up and blocks rain and snow accumulation when closed. The lid pivots a full 270 degrees to lay parallel to the scope so it doesn't block the shooters view.

Compatibility

  • 4x32 ACOG riflescope with or without integrated mounting bosses for a red dot sight
  • UPC: 719307309050

    Trijicon ACOG Specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.07 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.25 x 2.95 x 2.1"
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