By Max Slowik
This primer, by newcomer BoricuaDV, delves into the wide, wide world of Trijicon ACOG scopes. There’s a lot to choose from and they can be really overwhelming.
ACOG scopes are designed for the military and law enforcement agencies with fairly mission-specific standards so when it comes to picking one out everyone, whether they’re professional or private shooters, should get to know the various AGOGs and their features before unintentionally settling on what might not be the best ACOG for their needs.
This delves into some of the pros and cons of the various ACOG features. ACOG users, do you agree? I gotta say, I like the dual-optic ACOG+RMR setup — it’s not for accuracy, it’s for speed in circumstances where a good cheek weld isn’t necessary or even attainable in the first place.
But then that’s why it’s important to make sure the ACOG you pick is the right one for the job.