Win a Trijicon AccuPoint Scope at NRAhuntersrights.org
Fairfax, VA--(Ammoland.com)- If you’ve ever been frustrated by your current riflescope’s inability to perform well in low-light conditions, visit www.NRAhuntersrights.org during the month of September for a chance to win a Trijicon AccuPoint 3-9×40 riflescope.
Trijicon’s AccuPoint line features a battery-free, self-illuminating reticle for a vivid aiming point in any light, be it dusk, dawn, or sometime in between.
The AccuPoint is the only variable-power riflescope that combines both fiber optics and a built-in self-luminous Tritium Phosphor Lamp, meaning the aiming point automatically glows in low-light conditions—without the need for batteries. The model we’re giving away comes with a standard crosshair and green dot aiming point.
Other great features include easy-focus eyepieces, multi-coated lenses that gather loads of light with zero distortion, long eye-relief, and a manual brightness override that allows you to easily adjust the brightness of your aiming point. An aircraft-grade aluminum body and matte-black finish ensures this scope is durable and perfectly suited for any hunting situation. A set of lens caps, Trijicon LensPen cleaning tool, and Trijicon’s lifetime warranty are included.
Free to one entrant, this scope retails for $815. For more information on Trijicon’s AccuPoint line of riflescopes, visit www.trijicon.com.
To submit your name for the Trijicon giveaway, visit www.NRAhuntersrights.org and scroll down to “Gift Giveaway” for simple entry instructions. Entries will be accepted Sept. 1 through Sept. 30, and a winner will be announced on Oct. 1.
For the most up-to-date information about your hunting rights there’s just one source: www.NRAhuntersrights.org.
Dedicated to the mission of the NRA, Trijicon has donated many of its shooting optics, including its
AccuPoint riflescopes, ACOG shooting scopes, and red dot sights for pistols, to help NRA instructors teach kids the fundamentals of shooting at the NRA Whittington Center Adventure Camp.
For the most up-to-date information about your hunting rights there's just one source: www.NRAhuntersrights.org.