Trijicon ACOG 3.5x35mm Dual Illuminated Rifle Scopes TA11 Review
We are ptoud to introduce new Trijicon ACOG line of 3.5x35mm Dual Illuminated rifle scopes. The ACOG 3.5x35 TA11 Series are one of the most popular tactical scopes in the industry. Favored by competitive Shooters, the Trijicon ACOG 3.5x35 (TA11) model provides lightning fast target acquisition and high precision optical clarity. The donut-shaped ranging reticle will never mask the target and give the shooter pinpoint accuracy out to 800 meters. Daytime Dual Illumination is provided by Fiber Optics and Tritium Illuminates the scopes at night. These ACOG scopes are perfect optical tool for tactical and military operations. For more specific needs the Trijicon ACOG riflescopes are available at the different configurations.
How to recognize genuine Trijicon ACOG scope?!
Trijicon team is proud of its high-end innovative line of Advanced Combat Optical Gunsights (ACOG) and honored that the military, law enforcement organizations as well as recreational shooters around the world depend on our products. We want to make you aware that inferior products (knock-offs) are occasionally advertised for sale to our customers as Trijicon products.
Genuine Trijicon ACOG gun sights can be easily identified by three main distinguishing characteristics:
- Trijicon marked every ACOG with the unique serial number on the top of the riflescope, both on the eyepiece and the main housing.
- On the left side of all Trijicon ACOG scopes a short statement indicating that the sight contains tritium.
- The words “Trijicon® ACOG®” are forged into the main housing and appear as raised letters.
Because Trijicon ® products contain tritium and many have military applications, exportation outside of the United States is controlled by one or more federal agencies.
What bullet was used to calibrate the Trijicon ACOG scopes?
The TA01, TA11, & TA31 (.223) were designed for the 5.56mm, 20 inch barrel, 55 grain bullet, and M16/AR15 carry handle mount. The TA01B & TA11C(.308) were designed for the 7.62mm, 20 inch barrel, 168 grain bullet, and M16/AR15 carry handle mount. The TA01NSN was designed specifically for the US Special Operations Command SOPMOD M4 Carbine. To meet their requirements, the reticle bullet drop compensator and range finding stadia lines were based on the trajectory of the 62 grain bullet from a 14.5 inch barrel, flattop mount (Picatinny rail Mil.Std.1913).
Is this normal if right side of the crosshair is blurry?
Yes it is. The reticle pattern in the ACOG is formed by removing highly reflective metal from a prism mirror. This mirror is at about a 45-degree angle inside the gun sight. This means that the left side of the reticle is closer to the eye than the center of the reticle and the right side of the reticle is further from the eye. The result- the right side of the reticle is focused beyond infinity which can cause distortion on the right side of the reticle. The perceived distortion will be more or less depending on an individual's eyesight. The left side of the reticle is unaffected because the human eye has no difficulty focusing on a closer object. This in no way detracts from the performance of the scope. The image of the target area is not affected. Only the right hand side horizontal reticle line is blurry. This construction is required to achieve a parallax free vertical center of the scope, which allows the built in ranging on the reticle pattern.
1 Carry Handle Screw and Washer Set (TA30)
1 3.5x35 Scopecoat (TA63)
1 LENSPEN® (TA56)
1 Trijicon Logo Sticker (PR15)
1 ACOG BAC Manual
1 Warranty Card