Trijicon 6x48 ACOG Riflescope (Matte Black)

BH #TR6X48ARC50Q • MFR #TA648-50A
Trijicon
Trijicon 6x48 ACOG Riflescope (Matte Black)
Key Features
  • Amber Chevron Reticle - .50 BMG
  • Dual Illumination - Tritium/Fiber Optics
  • Flat-Top Rail Mount
  • Waterproof
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The 6x48 ACOG from Trijicon combines enhanced long-range capability with short-range target acquisition using the Bindon Aiming Concept. The large objective yields excellent twilight performance; a significant factor when light is lean and the target is camouflaged. The combination of a large exit pupil and Trijicon's proprietary reticle illumination system makes for quite a formidable sighting system. The target may choose to run; but hiding - now that could prove to be quite difficult.

This ACOG is configured with a Picatinny-compatible mount, and a dual illuminated amber chevron reticle that's calibrated for .50 BMG ammunition.

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Trijicon ACOG Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2<i>Optical Performance</i>
  • 3<i>Construction Details</i>
  • 4<i>Use and Handling</i>

The 6x48 ACOG from Trijicon combines enhanced long-range capability with short-range target acquisition using the Bindon Aiming Concept. The large objective yields excellent twilight performance; a significant factor when light is lean and the target is camouflaged. The combination of a large exit pupil and Trijicon's proprietary reticle illumination system makes for quite a formidable sighting system. The target may choose to run; but hiding - now that could prove to be quite difficult.

This ACOG is configured with a Picatinny-compatible mount, and a dual illuminated amber chevron reticle that's calibrated for .50 BMG ammunition.

<i>Optical Performance</i>

  • Broad-band multicoated lenses enhance clarity and increase light transmission by minimizing flare, glare, reflections

<i>Construction Details</i>

  • Housing: forged 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum alloy
  • Waterproof: nitrogen purged and fully sealed for all-weather reliability. Submersible to 500'/152 m

<i>Use and Handling</i>

  • Flat-top rail adapter: specific to the 6x48 ACOG, compatible with Mil-Std 1913 Picatinny rails, features two Colt-style thumbscrews
  • BAC: The Bindon Aiming Concept was devised by Trijicon's founder, Glyn Bindon. The BAC method of aiming with both eyes open ensures a far superior sense of balance, and a wider field-of-view. Combining these benefits with a magnified Trijicon sight gives you a considerable advantage over your target
  • Amber chevron reticle: calibrated for .50 BMG - an illuminated chevron indicates the exact point of aim. Stadia at 3 and 9 o'clock offer hold-off points for moving targets. The 6 o'clock stadia features hold-over hash-marks for distances up to 1800 m
  • Dual illumination: 24/7/365 - battery-free tritium/fiber-optic technology provides the chevron with a highly-visible amber glow

Trijicon ACOG Specs

Performance
Magnification6x
Objective Lens Diameter48 mm
Field of View17' @ 100 yd / 56.5 m @ 100 m
Exit Pupil Diameter8 mm
Eye Relief2.7" / 69 mm
Reticle
Reticle Type.50 BMG Chevron Reticle
Illumination TypeFiber Optic, Tritium
Illuminated ColorAmber
Features
Impact Point Correction1/4 MOA per Click
Windage Adjustment40 MOA
Elevation Adjustment40 MOA
Environmental
Water ResistanceWaterproof to 500' / 152 m
FogproofYes
General
BatteryNone
DimensionsLength: 9" / 22.9 cm
Weight36.9 oz / 1.1 kg
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