Primary Arms Releases New Green-Reticle Variant of ACSS Vulcan Reticle

Holosun 507c ACSS
Holosun and Primary Arms teamed up to create the HS507C-X2 ACSS – now available with a green reticle. IMG Jim Grant

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Released earlier this year, the HS507C-X2 ACSS made waves in the miniature reflex market by introducing a revolutionary new reticle design that makes it easier to get on target. While most reticles are limited to a simple aiming dot, ACSS Vulcan changes the game by combining an infinitely precise center chevron with a large outer circle. When aimed correctly, this circle falls outside the optic window, leaving only the center chevron for fine precision. If the user’s aim is off-target, the edge of the circle comes into view, guiding them back to the center. It’s a novel approach to sight acquisition, eliminating many of the challenges associated with mini reflex optics.

Since its release, fans of the optic have been asking for a green-illuminated variant. Now, Primary Arms Optics is proud to announce that the units are now ready and available for purchase.

“The response to the original Primary Arms ACSS Vulcan reticle in Red illumination, has been nothing short of phenomenal,” says Terry Mears, Primary Arms Optics’ Director of Product Marketing. “Those who prefer a green reticle, especially anyone with color-recognition issues toward the red end of the color spectrum, will appreciate this option. The law enforcement community which we continuously interact with specifically asked for this reticle option and we delivered.”

For more information on how to order the Holosun HS507C-X2 ACSS with Green-illuminated ACSS Vulcan, click here.

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About Primary Arms Optics

Founded in 2008, Primary Arms Optics® is a leading innovator in tactical optics, offering a comprehensive selection of rifle scopes, prism scopes, red dot sights, optic mounts, and accessories. Primary Arms’ exclusive ACSS reticles combine bullet drop compensation, range estimation, wind holds, and moving target leads into one cohesive, easy-to-use system. While traditional reticles rely on complex mathematics and subtensions, ACSS reticles feed the most important information directly to the marksman, allowing them to take faster shots with greater precision. Primary Arms Optics produces several tiers of products to meet the needs of any budget. The premier PLx® optics line prioritizes clarity and craftsmanship with first-class materials. The mid-tier GLx optics incorporate premium technologies with approachable pricing, while the popular SLx optics offer both proven reliability and value. Every Primary Arms Optics product is hand-inspected at their Houston-based headquarters, and all their products come with a Primary Arms lifetime warranty.Primary Arms Optics logo

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john
john (@johncea)
2 months ago

Wow Brand new? that’s good  green reticle. is good one for me!!

BillyBobTexas
BillyBobTexas (@billybobtexas)
3 months ago

Bitch about it all you want – but I LOVE IT !!~. I have had trouble ‘finding’ my dot sometimes using another brand….but no more! This innovative idea shows you where the dot is – even when you cannot find it immediately. Yes, all you professionals don’t need that – but the rest of us other 95% can sometimes use some help. Especially in a competition where wasting a half-second finding the dot is costly. Great Job, Holoson!!

brickjensen
brickjensen (@demseatdick)
3 months ago

So why use a cheap Chinese knock off optic to collaborate and make another cheap chinese optic. Holosun is total garbage.

Last edited 3 months ago by brickjensen
Rip
Rip (@treyt76)
3 months ago
Reply to  brickjensen

The only optics I know of that are made in the USA are Trijicon. Idk too many people that have the money to drop thousands on their optics. I believe Aimpoint is made in Sweden. What do you recommend?

Tank
Tank (@voodoo6actual)
3 months ago

It wound be a really great & novel idea to actually show what the ACSS Vulcan Reticle is WITHIN the article’s content that way the interested parties don’t have to navigate through all the clickbait nonsense to see what it is.

Essentially we have a choice between a geometrical preference of a dot or an Apex Chevron design.

Last edited 3 months ago by Tank
Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen (@ansel-hazen)
3 months ago

Maybe I’m just an old fart but I don’t understand all this micro mini anything. Give me 30mm + glass or go home.

APG member
APG member (@pistolsmiths-guild-member)
3 months ago
Reply to  Ansel Hazen

The older I get the less trouble I have spending money on optics!

Russn8r
Russn8r (@russn8r)
3 months ago
Reply to  APG member

“I have been nearsighted most of my life.” -Schart

LOL, that’s obvious.

Last edited 3 months ago by Russn8r
Russn8r
Russn8r (@russn8r)
3 months ago
Reply to  Russn8r

Plus One

Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor (@dogma-factor)
3 months ago
Reply to  Ansel Hazen

Then it wouldn’t be a mico mini anything!

Last edited 3 months ago by Dogma Factor
Rip
Rip (@treyt76)
3 months ago
Reply to  Ansel Hazen

Lol. I have a few pistols with red dots, and honestly, I’m faster with my iron sights.