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cyriaque
January 6, 2000, 03:41 PM
I need opinions and information about this new scope with dual illumination.

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cyriaque

Jaeger
January 6, 2000, 11:15 PM
Unfortunately I cannot comment on Trijicon's scopes. I can tell you about my Trijicon ACOG Reflex sight. #1 it is extremely rugged and well made! It uses a combination of fiber optics and a tritium insert to create the aiming dot. It self adjusts to compensate for varying degrees of light. It works very well. No batteries, no switches, nothing to adjust or to break. Trijicon has a great reputation. I would imagine that their rifle scopes will be top notch. I know at this isn't quite what you were looking for but I thought it might be of some help. If you see one let us know what you think of it.

DeBee
January 7, 2000, 12:04 AM
I've been seriously considering the 3-9x Trijicon for a project I'm working on.

It's a post style reticle that can be "lit" by sliding a cover back and forth on the eye piece. A small triangle sits on top of the post- glows bright during the day and dims for night use at about the same intensity as an ACOG.

The triangle doesn't subtend too much of the target for offhand use- perfect for a hunting rifle but for fine precision work or varminting, no good.
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