A Tale of 4 ACOGs: Trijicon Optics That AREN'T the TA31 [Review] Subscribe

While the term ACOG itself actually refers to a line of optics produced by Trijicon and not any specific individual sight itself, what comes to mind when most people think ‘ACOG’ is likely the TA31 RCO - but we didn't feel the need to review the optic the military has been using for two decades.

Instead, we got our hands on 4 different models of slightly more specialized ACOGs - the TA02, TA648, TA11F, and TA44c!

Are these pricey optics worth your hard earned cash? Stick around, or check the link below to find out!
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Trijicon TA02
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Trijicon TA648 - .223 Chevron Reticle
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Trijicon TA11F
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Trijicon TA44-C
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