Trijicon Introduces Long-Range AccuPower Riflescopes

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posted on May 4, 2018
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Trijicon Inc. has expanded its AccuPower riflescope line to include three new long-range AccuPower riflescope models.

The new AccuPower 4.5-30x56 and 5-50x56 riflescopes reset expectations for flexibility and long-range performance. The powerful zoom gives precision rifle shooters, long-range hunters, and tactical shooters the tools necessary to acquire, identify, and engage targets.

The 4.5-30x56 riflescope is available with either a first or second focal plane reticle. The first focal plane reticles provide fast target placement and a wind hold dot system, while the uncluttered second focal plane (SFP) milling reticles help shooters range targets with pinpoint precision.

For extreme long-range performance, the 5-50x56 SFP riflescope features precise milling and hold-over reticles calibrated in both MOA and MRAD.

Designed for the demanding expectations of long-distance shooters, extra-low dispersion glass delivers true-to-life color for exceptional target definition, and fully multi-coated broadband anti-reflective lenses virtually eliminate glare and loss of light. A 56 mm objective lens provides outstanding light transmission even in low-light conditions.

Crisp windage and elevation adjusters offer ultra-precise tracking with Return to Zero elevation control. Plus, 100 MOA of elevation and 50 MOA of windage adjustment range affords users the freedom to dial for extreme distances.

Users will also enjoy smooth, controlled magnification adjustments. Two user-selectable positions are available for the removable magnification lever that accommodates left- or right-handed shooters and is compatible with a wide range of rifle designs.

Five red and five green user-selectable brightness settings allow shooters to choose the brightness level and reticle color based on changing conditions in the field.

Rounding out the features is the rugged 34 mm tube and aircraft-quality, hard-anodized aluminum body which offers durability and all-weather protection.

MSRP:    
5-50x56: $2,700
4.5-30x56 First Focal Plane: $2,675
4.5-30x56 Second Focal Plane: $2,600   

For more information visit trijicon.com

 

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