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Trijicon scopes?

Anybody have an opinion on Trijicon scopes? Think

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Trijicon scopes?

I was looking at them for my Tikka t3 lite in 7mm rem mag, they are well made but the only problem I have with them is that they are not made for long range shooting. Thats the only grip I got.

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Trijicon scopes?

What about them is not made for long range? I'd guess they don't have turret adjustments? I've never seem one of them.

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Trijicon scopes?

Top of the line scopes, the ACOG is widely used in the military.

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Trijicon scopes?

In my opinion, when I looked through the scope, it seemed that the illuminated point was too broad to be used for precision shooting at around a 200-300 yard range. It seems like it would take up too much of the target area at long range, limiting its potential for accuracy at those distances. I've seen these scopes widely used on buffalo hunts in Africa, where the shooting is usually 50-100 yards.

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Trijicon scopes?

I have the ACOG 4/32 and can drive nails at 200 yards with it....

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Trijicon scopes?

Sorry I was talking about the accupoint scopes. the 3-9x40.

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