Trijicon, Inc. Bolsters LED ACOG Line with New 3.5×35 Model

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Wixom, Mich. – (Ammoland.com) – Trijicon, Inc., global provider of innovative aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, has introduced the 3.5×35 LED Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight to its legendary ACOG family of products.

As a complement to the existing 4×32 LED ACOG, the 3.5×35 provides extended eye relief for increased weapons compatibility.

The LED ACOG is the first to offer user-selectable brightness controls. Users can choose from six adjustable brightness levels with an “off” between each setting. Powered by a single AA battery, the LED ACOG can run for over 12,000 continuous hours. As is customary in the entire ACOG line, the new LED model is forged from rugged 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum, resulting in a nearly indestructible sighting system. With multiple bullet-drop compensating and ranging reticle options, users can select from chevron, horseshoe, and cross-hair reticles in .223, .308 and 300Blk.

Premium, fully multi-coated optics and parallax-free, 3.5 or 4-times magnification combined with precise, 1/2-inch click adjustments assure shot-after-shot accuracy even in adverse conditions. Shockproof and waterproof, the ACOG has long been a favorite optic for military and law enforcement professionals, as well as hunters. The addition of these LED illuminated models continues this tradition with new red and green reticles that provide a clear target picture and allow for rapid target acquisition and precise holdover.

For more information on the LED ACOG and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon, Inc. at (248) 960-7700 or visit www.trijicon.com.

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What is it that aimpoint can get 8 continuous years out of a single AA battery and this gets 12K? Is it the amount of illumination required for the larger reticle in the ACOG, or a low-power LED in the Aimpoint M4S? I love my ACOGs (ancient TA01 and 2 – TA31s) and my aimpoints (several PROs, ML3, and an old ML2) and this new ACOG seems right up my alley, just wondering about the battery life.