Trijicon ACOG TA31F-G-RMR Trijicon 4x32 Scope with Dual Illuminated Green Chevron .223 Ballistic Reticle, 3.25 MOA RMR Sight and TA51 Mount
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- ACOG 4x32 Scope, Dual Illuminated Green Chevron .223 Ballistic Reticle, 3.25 MOA RMR Sight and TA51 Mount
- Reticle Pattern: Green Chevron w/Target Reference System
- The ranging reticle allows for bullet drop compensation out to 800 meters without any manual adjustments
- Features dual illumination (Fiber optics in daylight; Tritium in darkness)
- Forged Aluminum Housing Material
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Adapted from the battlefields, US Forces have begun improving this proven Trijicon ACOG scope by adding a small red dot sight on top for close encounter missions. Trijicon has now created a similar model for the public, the TA31F-G-RMR. The main Trijicon scope provides a dual-illuminated reticle using fiber optics and tritium for bright aiming point in any light condition. The ranging reticle allows for bullet drop compensation out to 800 meters without any manual adjustments. A Trijicon RMR sits on top with a 3.25 MOA aiming dot.
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This is the Trijicon TA31F-G-RMR as stated in the product title, with the green chevron in the ACOG and the red-dot reflex sight mounted on top. Eye relief is a tad close for my liking, but it was either this or the 3.5x TA11 and I prefer to have dual sights to cover both scenarios rather than a single "middle of the road" sight.
Although I used an Aimpoint M2 red dot on my rifle in Iraq (2004), a lot of the Infantry and SF guys we were with used the TA31F and loved it. In my opinion the ACOG is the ultimate sight for an AR platform weapon, if you can afford it. There are a lot of other fine optics out there but for me personally I didn't want anything but a Trijicon on my rifle. Rock solid, crystal clear, holds it's calibration, really nothing not to like about them (except for the price!).
If you're still trying to make up your mind about which specific ACOG to get, hopefully these notes I wrote up while researching for my own can help you.
Trijicon ACOG models
TA11F 3.5x35, red chevron, less magnification, more eye relief (can have eye further back)
TA31F 4x32, red chevron, more magnification, less eye relief (must get closer)
TA31F-RMR 4x32, red chevron, the Ultimate Scope
TA31F-G-RMR 4x32, green chevron, the Ultimate Scope
TA33-8 3x30, amber chevron
If the eye relief is least important, get the TA31
If the field of view is least important, get the TA33
If weight is least important, get the TA11
TA31 - 9.9 oz - 5.8" long - 32mm objective - 1.5" eye relief
TA33 - 6.9 oz - 6.1" long - 30mm objective - 1.9" eye relief
TA11 - 14.0 oz - 8.0" long - 35mm objective - 2.4" eye relief