Primary Arms Optics Announces New ACSS Aurora Reticle

Primary Arms Optics Announces New ACSS Aurora Reticle
Primary Arms Optics Announces New ACSS Aurora Reticle

HOUSTON, TEXAS-(Ammoland.com)- Primary Arms proudly announces ACSS Aurora, the first all-metric Advanced Combined Sighting System reticle.

Many shooters around the world, especially those with military and law enforcement experience, prefer the “base 10” metric system of centimeters and meters, and the milliradian (MIL or MRAD) unit of angular measurement. ACSS Aurora features bullet drop compensation in 50-meter increments all the way out to 800 meters, with wind hold dots incorporated at 100-meter intervals. Large ranging ladders to each side of the center chevron accurately range estimate even for targets that are partially obscured and double as moving target leads for fast moving targets traveling up to 40 mph.

Aurora takes the proven features that made ACSS famous and boosts them to the next level while maintaining an intuitive, uncluttered structure that is easy to understand and fast to use out in the field. ACSS Aurora is calibrated for military specification 5.56 NATO ammunition types M193, M855, and Mk 262. By fine-tuning initial zero offset, Aurora’s bullet drop compensation can be brought into line with various barrel lengths and even the shooter’s altitude above sea level.

You can find the ACSS Aurora exclusively in the world famous ACOG 4x TA31 model scope. This optic’s stalwart service record at home and abroad is legendary, with unparalleled toughness, truly impressive glass quality and a tremendous field of view. Dual reticle illumination using a light-gathering fiber optic by day and tritium at night is available in either red or green to suit user preference.
Primary Arms is proud to partner with Trijicon, Inc. on this industry-leading scope and reticle combination.

  • First Fully Metric ACSS Reticle
  • Bullet Drop Compensation in Meters for 5.56 NATO
  • Advanced Target Range Estimation
  • Moving Target Leads from 3mph to 40mph
  • Available Exclusively in the Trijicon ACOG 4x TA31 Scope
  • Dual Illuminated Reticle Available in Red or Green

About Primary Arms, Inc.

Primary Arms

Ten years in the making, in 2017 Primary Arms expanded operations into an all-new 50,000+ sq. ft. facility located in Houston, Texas. Primary Arms continues to grow by bringing customers quality products, fast shipping, competitive pricing and world-class customer service. For more information on Primary Arms, visit their website (www.primaryarms.com), find them on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter.

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    Great news!

    Although, it will certainly make many of us overseas hope that PA will later be coming out also with other scopes using all-metric system. Can I ask for something like an all-metric ACSS 4×14 FFP fixed for .308? Pretty please? It is tricky to use a metric rangefinger and yet shoot with the yards on the reticle…

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    Great news!

    Although, it will certainly make many of us overseas hope that PA will later be coming out also with other scopes using all-metric system. Can I ask for something like an all-metric ACSS 4×14 FFP fixed for .308? Pretty please? It is tricky to use a metric rangefinger and yet shoot with the yards on the reticle…

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    Americans won the Revolution & supply security to the World….I’ll stick with my inches, feet, yards, & miles. Besides at that price I’d stick with the ACOG.

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    bill

    thanks!

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    Dave in Fairfax

    Thanks, I figured I’d have to go look it up and tell everybody.