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Trijicon Tennebrex killFLASH Anti-Reflection Device for 4x32 RCO ACOG Scope
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I had this on my RCO A4 (USMC identifier for an ACOG with a killFLASH for either the M4 or M16A4) while deployed to Iraq in 2007. While I was not on ...
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kllflash for trijicon 4x35

by copano, from United States, TX Written on December 19, 2014
The Rubbermaid has zero instructions for installation,so I hooked it over the top of elevation cover. Should have at least a simple diagram. Otherwise its a fair over priced item........for such an expensive.optic I expected more...
Pros:
  • does job
Cons:
  • no instructions included
  • no diagram
Best Used for:
  • trijocon 4 x 35
Would recommend: No
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Great kill flash

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on March 26, 2014
Great kill flash, installed easily...
Would recommend: Yes
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A Must Have For Your ACOG...

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on October 2, 2013
The Killflash is a must have for your ACOG. Not only does it block any outgoing light, is very light weight, but it also protects the front lens glass of your ACOG from minor bumps and bruises...

Highly recommended...
Pros: Reasonably priced, functions well, light weight...
Cons: NONE!...
Would recommend: Yes
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Mr. Brian Reinhardt

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on April 1, 2013
My merchandise arrived on time and I was very satisfied with my purchase and Midway's service. I would definitely recommend Midway to a friend.
Pros: No distorted vision of view
Cons: The rubber band to secure it seems a little flimsy...
Would recommend: Yes
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Does its job

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NV Written on January 30, 2013
Wanted a more permanent way to mount flip-ups than the rubber slip-ons I'd been using on my two ACOGs (20-year old TA01 and nearly-new TA31F). Super easy to install. Not really feeling the 'rubber band', but it works (goes around the riser of the ACOG for those that wrote that they didn't know how it was to be secured). Does its job and provides a location to mount the flip-up lens caps (sold separately). Little on the pricey side for something that does not screw in.
Pros: Works, fitment
Cons: Rubber band...
Would recommend: Yes
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mcave77

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OK Written on January 24, 2013
Not as snug of a fit as I had hoped. Definitely serves the purpose though.
Pros: Definitely disrupts reflection
Cons: Fit...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon KillFlash Anti Reflection Device TA-91

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on November 21, 2012
It really does need a diagram as how to attach the rubber band correctly. I don't really like the funky rubber band attachment for securing the Kill Flash Device. If the rubber band isn't suppose to secure to the top sight adjustment screw cap, I would like to know what it is suppose to attach to.
Pros: Easy to install/ No noticeable obstucted view / Eliminates visual red dot sight from a distance
Cons: It didn't come with any instructions showing where to attach the rubber band. I attached mine to the top sight adjustment screw cap....
Would recommend: Yes
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killFlash add on

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on July 17, 2012
I had this on my RCO A4 (USMC identifier for an ACOG with a killFLASH for either the M4 or M16A4) while deployed to Iraq in 2007. While I was not on any dismounted patrols the product works as advertised. There is no glint from the objective lens when secured properly on your ACOG. I took my rifle with my RCO to countless ranges while doing workups for my deployment. While on these ranges there was never any glint from the lens as far as I could tell. A youtube search will give you an idea of how it does. The newest upgrade for the ACOG is the M150 for the Army. It is the same as the RCO only with flip caps added. Two things for anyone worried about the rubber band; 1. it is only a secondary means of being secured. The friction in the lens holds it in place. The rubber band acts as a lanyard. 2. It is heavy duty and withstood the heat of Iraq with no problems. Like anything else if you take care of the band you won't have any issues. I plan on buying a second one for my 6.8 ACOG.
Pros: Reduces light into lens only by 25%, Hides the glint from the lens, Perfect for concealed observation with only one Optic
Cons: It reduces total light into the objective lens, secondary method of securing is a rubberband, honeycomb effect can be slightly seen in a low room looking outside during the day, blocks iron sights when mounted on an A2 carrying handle...
Would recommend: Yes
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Killflash review

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 25, 2012
This product works well and arrived on time.
Pros: works well
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Trijicon Tennebrex killFLASH Anti-Reflection Device for 4x32 RCO ACOG Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 3, 2012
The product blocks the use of the open sites...
Would recommend: Yes
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