New: Trijicon 4-16x50 AccuPoint Riflescope

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posted on August 2, 2017
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Trijicon's latest product is the new 4-16x50 mm AccuPoint riflescope, designed for use with both traditional bolt-action and modern sporting rifles. This new AccuPoint model gives precision rifle shooters the ability to accurately extend their range in any light and most importantly—no batteries are needed.

Jam-packed with features, the 4-16x AccuPoint is built around an advanced fiber optic and tritium illuminated reticle. This battery-free dual-illumination system automatically adjusts the aiming point brightness to existing lighting conditions. Shooters can also easily control the brightness of the reticle with the manual brightness override feature.

The AccuPoint provides outstanding optical clarity and brightness expected from Trijicon, with multi-coated broadband anti-reflective glass. The rugged hard-anodized aluminum body boasts all-weather protection, and the 30 mm tube is compatible with multiple mounting options. A 50 mm objective lens provides optimal height above bore and additionally generous eye relief—great for use with rifles with heavy recoil.

The capped turret controls allow for precise, easy-to-use windage and elevation adjustments. Graduated in .25 MOA or 0.1 mils, the 80 MOA adjustment range provides click-after-click accuracy and tracking—without the need for tools. The 4-16x AccuPoint is equipped with a side parallax control that quickly adjusts focus to engage targets at any distance.

Users will enjoy fast and precise variable magnification with a 4x zoom range from 4 to 16x magnification. The integrated zoom ring knob with optional extender also makes magnification changes quick and easy, even in conditions that require gloves.

The new 4-16x AccuPoint is available with several popular AccuPoint reticles, including the classic duplex crosshair (green), MOA-dot crosshair (green), MIL-dot crosshair (green), and triangle post (red, green or amber). Each is in the second focal plane.

MSRP: $1,399. The multiple reticle options, optical clarity, rugged construction, and other features make the 4-16x50 mm AccuPoint a great choice for shooters that want long range precision.

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