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Trijicon ACOG 4x32 Scope w/ Red Illumination Doughnut Reticle BAC-M16 / AR15
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Trijicon is amazing. This is the first one i bought and prob be the last due to being so expensive. It is absolutely amazing. Very high quality optic....
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ACOG TA01 Open Box Demo

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PR Written on July 21, 2013
Best sight I have ever tried. Sturdy, easy to setup and user friendly. Quality of optics is unbeatable.
Pros: Sturdy, Easy to Setup
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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ACOG TA01

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on January 20, 2013
Easy to set up. Had it zeroed in a matter of minutes. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon ACOG 4x32 TA01B

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on May 14, 2012
I bought my first Trijicon ACOG in 1996 for my M16 and my AR-15. It can take abuse. Check out Trijicon's website for testimonials. I recently purchased a TA01B for my DPMS Panther 308L. Like the origional ACOG the 01B was mounted in about 5 minutes and zeroed with 2 shots. the ranging reticles work well in my 18" barreled rifle even though they were designed for a 20" barrel. I recommend getting an extra mounting screw as the recoil in a .308 is much heavier than .223. My only critisism is that the 200 yard reticle isn't really needed and tends to crowd the view somewhat. But, with practice you relly don't notice it all that much
Pros: light, rugged, simple to set up and use,
Cons: new shooters may find the field of view a little crowded...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon ACOG 4x32

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on May 3, 2012
Well engineered tactical scope. Great optics Don't confuse with cheap imitations. They aren't even close.
Pros: Durable simple highest quality
Cons: A bit pricey...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on February 21, 2010
Trijicon is amazing. This is the first one i bought and prob be the last due to being so expensive. It is absolutely amazing. Very high quality optic. Easy to mount and good for ranging with the Bullet drop compensation. Save your pennies though.
Pros: Lighted reticle
Cons: Expensive...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon TA01 Full Red Line

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, FL Written on May 28, 2009
Overall, the TA01 Full Red Line is a good optic. I have fired over 500 rounds at 100y and 25y. Accuracy is consistant. At 100y it's easy to mix up the 100y and 200y crosshairs since they are very close together but with practice it shouldn't be a problem.
Pros: very rugged, easy to mount, reticle is visible in dark conditions
Cons: the 100y and 200y cross hairs are very close together...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great for the carry handle

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NJ Written on May 15, 2008
If you have a fixed carry handle this is the scope for you. You can't believe how small it is until you see it attached. Mounting took about a minute, just line up the holes and screw it on.

They said it was zeroed, but I was so high at 100 yd that I had to bring it back to 50 yd, and it was still almost off the paper. Once I dialed it down getting zeroed at 100yd was not a problem.
Pros: Light, small size, very clear optics, can still use irons
Cons: Not as easy cheek weld since it's on top of the carry handle...
Would recommend: Yes
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ACOG TA01

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on March 17, 2008
As an aging 55 year old shooter who wears # 200 reading glasses, I was concerned the crosshairs/aiming point would be blurry when not wearing them. To my delight, the aiming lines are PERFECTLY CLEAR as is the target area. I'm also really pleased with the fact there are no batteries, and no need to twist dials to achieve bullet drop compensation. The way the lines change from black during daylight hours to red at dusk is perfect for all scenarios I can think of. The case, lenspen and scopecoat are also a nice plus. I'm considering the Ta55.308 for my Springfield!
Thanks, Jay
Pros: Compact, no batterries, and bullet drop compensation without twisting dials.
Cons: Price is pretty steep, but so is a Tactical Leopold!...
Would recommend: Yes
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