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Trijicon ACOG 4x 32mm Obj 36.8ft @ 100 yds FOV N/A Tube Dia Black Illum
Product ID26206 …
UPC719307300538
ManufacturerTrijicon
DescriptionTrijicon TA01NSN ACOG 4x32mm M4A1 223Cal Amb Crosshair 36.8ft @ 100yds FOV Black

The ACOGs are internally-adjustable, compact telescopic sights with
Tritium-illuminated reticle patterns for use in low light or at night.
Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC) models feature bright daytime reticles using
fiber optics which collect ambient light. The ACOG combines traditional,
precise distance marksmanship with close-in aiming speed. The ACOG has many
features which are very advantageous for military use. Designed for use
with the M16 family, every feature of its mechanical and optical design was
chosen for a single purpose: to provide increased hit potential in all
lighting conditions, without failure prone batteries.


SPECIFICATIONS:
Mfg Item Num: TA01NSN
Category: SCOPES
Magnification :4x
Objective :32mm
Field of View :36.8 ft @ 100 yds
Eye Relief :1.5"
Tube Diameter :
Length :5.8"
Weight :15 oz
Finish :Black
Reticle :Crosshair
Adj Size :.25 MOA @ 100 yds
Parallax Adjustment :
Exit Pupil Range :8mm
Proofs :Water, Fog, Shock
Coating Type :
Coatings :Multi-Coated
DepartmentOptics › Scopes
Magnification4x
Objective32mm
Field of View36.8 ft @ 100 yds
Eye Relief1.5"
Tube DiameterN/A
Length5.8"
Weight15 oz
FinishBlack
ReticleIlluminated
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