Trijicon Expands Accupoint Scope Series


The 4-16x50mm is the latest scope to the hit the AccuPoint optics series. (Photo: Trijicon)

By Jacki Billings Via

Trijicon introduced its latest scope, announcing the addition of the 4-16x50mm Accupoint Riflescope to the company’s optics lineup.

The latest model to join the AccuPoint series, the new scope offers tactical marksman, long range hunters and precision rifle shooters the ability to extend their range under any light conditions. Additionally, the optic operates without the need for batteries.

Packed to the brim with features designed to please serious shooters, the latest AccuPoint is built around an advanced fiber-optic and tritium illuminated reticle. The reticle speeds target acquisition and extends available shooting time. The dual illumination system automatically adjusts the aiming-point brightness to accommodate current lighting conditions. Owners can control brightness with the manual brightness override feature.

The AccuPoint serves up optical clarity and brightness with multi-coated broadband anti-reflective glass while its rugged, hard-anodized aluminum body provides all-weather protection. The 30mm tube is also compatible with a range of mounting options. A 50mm objective lens boasts optimal height above bore and grants generous eye relief.

Equipped with capped turret controls, shooters can dial in precise windage and elevation adjustments. The optic features an 80 MOA adjustment range graduated in .25 MOA or 0.1 mils. The 4-16x is outfitted with a side parallax control so users may quickly adjust focus to engage targets.

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