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Trijicon TA11F-A ACOG 3.5x35 Rifle Scope - Chevron BAC .223 Flattop Reticle with Flat Top Adapter - Special Order Riflescope with FREE Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier 1471
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Most Helpful Positive Review ACOG 3.5x35 Amber Chevron .223 Reticle
This is my first ACOG. It is very clear and bright. The Amber color reticle is much easier to see than Red. My eyesight is rather poor so the very ...
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Great scope, clear optics, well designed reticle, can't ask much more

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CA Written on February 24, 2014
This is an excellent scope if you need a bit more eye relief than the TA31.
The TA31 requires you to get quite close to it, where the TA11 is much more generous. Only drawbacks are size and weight.
But if you want to be able to mount up more quickly and get a fast sight picture, the TA11 is the winner.

Also on higher recoiling guns, the TA11 will have much less chance of 'scope eye'.
Pros: Awesome eye relief, clear glass, easy reticle to work with, bright illumination
Cons: Heavier and bigger than TA31, field of view narower than TA31 w less magnification...
Would recommend: Yes
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by Legacy Reviewer, Written on November 17, 2012
Vary happy with the purchase. The extra eye relief of the TA-11 sold me over the TA-31. If your a nose to charging handle AR shooter the TA-31 might be your choice.
Pros: Clarity and eye relief
Cons: price...
Would recommend: Yes
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ACOG 3.5x35 Amber Chevron .223 Reticle

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, NC Written on February 7, 2011
This is my first ACOG. It is very clear and bright. The Amber color reticle is much easier to see than Red. My eyesight is rather poor so the very fine small lines that makeup the drop ballistic lines is too small for me to see. Also, they squeezed the 200 and 300 holdover all within the actual angle of the chevron. I guess that is how it must be since that is the way the ballistics of the 223 work -- in other words, the move up from 100 to 200 yards if a very small upward distance. For poor eyesight, that can be hard to manage. Regardless, that is my problem not the scope's. Awesome job, Trijicon. I also mounted an RMR Trijicon on top and the ACOG already had the holes ready for the base.
Pros: Bright, Clear glass, accurate, return to zero accurate, ready for RMR base
Cons: Reticle line very fine/small and can be an issue for poor eyesight...
Would recommend: Yes
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Comments on 3 User Reviews of Trijicon TA11F-A ACOG 3.5x35 Rifle Scope - Chevron BAC .223 Flattop Reticle with Flat Top Adapter - Special Order Riflescope with FREE Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier 1471