Gain a tactical advantage with the Trijicon's 3.5x35 ACOG Riflescope & 9 MOA RMR 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 Crosshair M240 Ballistic Reticle. The sight's rugged optical system exhibits zero distortion, offers multiple anti-reflection coatings, and provides a 35mm objective aperture. To compensate for wind and ballistic bullet drop, the scope offers windage and elevation adjustments with 1/3 MOA impact point correction. The housing offers extreme durability a submersion to 328'. It is forged from a single piece of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy and coated with Type III hard anodizing finish. It also features an angled sunshade, LaRue Tactical Mount, Tenebrax killFlash, and built-in flip-up lens caps.
Also noteworthy is the red Horseshoe-Dot M249 Reticle featuring horizontal brackets and as system of vertical lines and crosses aimed for compensating ballistics and wind. At the center the reticle has an illuminated red horseshoe-dot pattern. Its battery-free dual illuminations system utilizes fancy fiber optics for balanced day illumination and a tritium lamp for low-light and night illumination.
To empower you with rapid target acquisition in close quarter combat, the kit also includes a secondary RM05 Sight. The sight mounts on top of the ACOG's eyepiece and features a 9 MOA Amber Dot reticle with dual Fiber optics and tritium illumination. To ensure precise shot placement, you are provided with 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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