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Trijicon ACOG TA11F-G 3.5x35 Rifle Scope Illuminated Green Chevron BAC .223 Ballistic Flattop Reticle 1/4 MOA with TA51 Mount Aluminum Black TA11F-G

 
Trijicon
TA11F-G
719307303461
2-TRTA11F-G
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The Trijicon ACOG (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight) optical sight is by far one of the most respected optics available today. The Trijicon ACOG is built from the ground up to be able to stand up to the rigors of extreme combat and duty use in any environment. No wonder that when our US Special Forces go out on mission chances are there is an Trijicon ACOG mounted on their firearm. Don't accept knock offs or inferior products when your life is on the line go with the very best, go with a Trijicon ACOG.

Specifications and Features:
Trijicon ACOG TA11F-G 3.5x35 Rifle Scope
Illuminated Green Chevron BAC .223 Ballistic Flattop Reticle
1/4 MOA
TA51 Mount
Forged Aluminum Black
8" Length
14 oz
Fiber Optic/Tritium Illumination
.223 Calibration
2.39" Eye Relief
28.9' Field of View at 100 Yards

Includes:
1x Flattop Adapter for Military Style Rail (TA51)
1x 3.5x35 Scopecoat (TA63)
1x LENSPEN (TA56)
1x Trijicon Logo Sticker (PR15)
1x ACOG BAC Manual
1x Warranty Card

 

Item#: 2-TRTA11F-G
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"The ACOG is quite simple put the best magnified combat optic you can purchase. This is designed with the modern warfighter in mind. I prefer the green BDC over the red. The first thing you will notice is the reticle appears smaller than you would think, however this is on purpose it is designed to be a ranging reticle. The Horizontal lines account for shoulder width at the specified distance. I am running my ACOG on a Colt 6920 with a FSB on an ADM QD mount and I have no issues with the front post being in the way."