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Trijicon AccuPoint® Recognized for Excellence

Look for the Trijicon AccuPoint riflescope and other award recipients to be featured in the March/April 2010 issue of Sporting Classics. Each year, the magazine determines which products have made true contributions of quality and innovation to sportsmen.

Offered in a variety of magnification ranges and reticle styles, and built tough for the harshest environments, AccuPoint scopes combine advanced, self-luminous aiming technologies with superb optical clarity. As a result, they rival the performance of competitor’s scopes costing twice as much.

Trijicon Introduces 4.5 MOA 1x42 Reflex Sight

The Trijicon Reflex sight is considered by many marksmen to be the fastest and most user-friendly sight in the field- any field. New for 2010, Trijicon has announced the RX34 Reflex sight with smaller 4.5MOA amber dot for increased accuracy and precision shot placement. Dual-illuminated and parallax free, the Trijicon Reflex offers increased field-of-view capabilities that provide fast, both-eyes-open target acquisition and accurate aiming for the military, law enforcement and hunting enthusiasts.

The recently introduced Trijicon RX30 Reflex series features a 42mm, aperture lens for a generous field of view and a large sight picture. Allowing accurate both-eyes-open shooting that expands peripheral view, this advanced sight provides a critical advantage when you're aiming on the move, in low-light situations, or even in darkness. With the Reflex, a glowing tritium lamp ensures a bright amber reticle at night or in low-light conditions, while advanced fiber optics deliver ambient light to the aiming point during the day.

Nearly indestructible, the Reflex features a military-grade housing that's investment cast from aircraft aluminum alloy and hard-coat anodized finish. Tested to military standards, the sight stands up to, and performs under, the most extreme environmental conditions.

For more information on Trijicon's new RX34 Reflex, and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon, Inc. ® at (248) 960-7700 or visit

Trijicon®, Inc. Introduces AccuPoint® Scope Bases and Rings

Serious shooters rely on a precision combination of firearm, optic and ammunition to deliver maximum performance when called to action. They also understand the necessity of a quality optics mounting system to complete this package. After all, bases and rings are the critical link between a firearm and optic of choice. New for 2010, Trijicon has announced its AccuPoint® line of superior quality scope bases and rings.

Whether you're focused on tactical, hunting or shooting sports applications, Trijicon AccuPoint bases and rings have you covered with a wide variety of configurations to ensure compatibility with the most popular firearm models. AccuPoint bases and rings are precision crafted from the highest quality components and are designed in the 1913 Mil-Spec Picatinny style to ensure maximum strength, durability and rock-solid holding power.

Product features and benefits:

AccuPoint® Rings
  • available in both 1"and 30mm
  • choice of hard coat anodized aluminum or 4140 steel with parkerized finish
  • range of heights from standard to extra high
  • industry proven horizontal 2-piece design
  • Torx-head top screws (4 standard, 6 in heavy-duty version)
  • ½" hex-nut attachment (capable of Mil-Spec 65in/lbs of torque)
  • 1" Delrin Ring Spacer available for easy use with 30mm rings
AccuPoint® Rails and Bases
  • constructed of hard coat anodized aluminum or 4140 steel with parkerized finish
  • available in full-length 1- piece, and 2- piece versions for maximum versatility
  • available in standard height or 20MOA for long range applications
  • built to withstand heavy recoil and severe service
AccuPoint® Quick Release Mounts
  • available in both 1"and 30mm
  • 1- piece hard coat anodized aluminum construction for lightweight durability
  • convenient and secure quick-release lever design
  • perfect for use with AR-15 style flattop rails
You've invested in the best firearm and optic available; why rely on an inferior mounting system? Place your trust in AccuPoint bases and rings, the only mounting systems worthy of the Trijicon name. For more information on Trijicon's new AccuPoint bases and rings, and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon, Inc. ® at (248) 960-7700 or visit

Trijicon ACOG TA44S-10 Optic of the Year

The Trijicon ACOG® TA44S-10 has received the 2010 NRA Golden Bullseye Award for "Optic of the Year" from Shooting Illustrated magazine. The NRA Golden Bullseye Awards are an acknowledgement of the finest quality new products available in the shooting sports. These products are evaluated and are voted on by a committee consisting of editors, art staff and veteran publications staff, representing more than a century of collective experience in the firearms industry.

To qualify for consideration for an NRA Golden Bullseye Award, a product must meet the following criteria:
  • Product recently introduced and widely available to consumers in 2009
  • Used/tested by a staff member or regular contributor to the magazine
  • Reliable in the field, meeting or exceeding the evaluator's expectations
  • Innovation in design and function
  • Readily perceived as a value to the purchaser
  • Styled in a manner befitting the firearm industry and, perhaps more importantly, its enthusiasts
"All of us at Trijicon are delighted that our ACOG TA44S-10 has won the Golden Bullseye Award", said Tom Munson, Trijicon Director of Sales and Marketing. "We are honored that Shooting Illustrated has recognized our 'Stubby' ACOG as a great shooting optic for any shooting enthusiast. The ACOG is being widely used in the military and we hope this award will highlight its usefulness to the general consumer."

Wrapped in a smaller package, at 4.9 ounces, the ACOG TA44S-10 is perfect for fast-moving tactical teams operating in close quarters or for speed-oriented competition venues. This very compact model provides weapons like the M16/M4 with excellent fire control capability. Targets are easier and quicker to acquire because of the larger field of view (7.4 degrees) and eye-friendly design.

NRA Publications will present its annual Golden Bullseye Awards and Golden Bullseye Pioneer Award at an invitation-only breakfast during the 2010 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, May 13-18, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

For more information on the Trijicon ACOG® series, and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon®, Inc. at (248) 960-7700 or visit

Trijicon, Inc. Offers to Voluntarily Remove Scripture References on all Products Destined for U.S. Military

(Wixom, MI – Thursday, January 21, 2010) – Trijicon, Inc. today announced that effective yesterday, Wednesday, January 20, 2010, the company has offered to voluntarily stop putting references to scripture on all products manufactured for the U.S. military – and will provide, free of charge, 100 modification kits to the Pentagon to enable the removal of the references that are already on products that are currently deployed.

In response to concerns raised by the Department of Defense, Trijicon, Inc. initiated this action to ensure the war-time production needs of the troops are met as quickly as possible.

Specifically, Trijicon will:
  • Remove the inscription reference on all U.S. military products that are in the company’s factory that have already been produced, but have yet to be shipped.
  • Provide 100 modification kits to forces in the field to remove the reference on the already forward deployed optical sights.
  • Ensure all future procurements from the Department of Defense are produced without scripture references.
  • Offer foreign military forces that have purchased Trijicon products the same remedies for removing the scripture reference and the elimination of these references on future products.
Stephen Bindon, Trijicon President and CEO:
“Trijicon has proudly served the U.S. military for more than two decades, and our decision to offer to voluntarily remove these references is both prudent and appropriate,” Stephen Bindon, Trijicon President said. “We want to thank the Department of Defense for the opportunity to work with them and will move as quickly as possible to provide the modification kits for deployment overseas. We are honored that our products were selected by the United States military based on their superior effectiveness and overall value. Trijicon’s more than 250 American workers are proud and humbled to provide critical hardware for our nation’s brave service men and women and we look forward to working with the Department of Defense to ensure our immediate solutions are in compliance with the military’s standards requirements.”

About Trijicon, Inc.:
Trijicon, Inc. has led the industry in the development of superior any-light aiming systems since the company's founding in 1981. For two generations Trijicon has supplied America’s military with the highest quality, innovative optical sighting systems. We are proud and humbled by the opportunity to provide critical hardware for our nation’s brave service men and women.

Contact: Tom Munson, Director of Sales and Marketing (248) 960-7700

Statement from Trijicon, Inc.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010—For two generations Trijicon, a Michigan-based family owned business, has been working to provide America’s military men and women with high quality, innovative sighting systems for the weapons they use. Our effort is simple and straightforward: to help our servicemen and women win the war on terror and come home safe to their families. As part of our faith and our belief in service to our country, Trijicon has put scripture references on our products for more than two decades. As long as we have men and women in danger, we will continue to do everything we can to provide them with both state-of-the-art technology and the never-ending support and prayers of a grateful nation.

Trijicon®, Inc. Selects Driftwood Media, Inc. as Media Relations and Communications Agency

Trijicon, Inc. manufacturer of high quality, innovative sighting systems for law enforcement, military, hunting and the shooting sports, has selected Driftwood Media, Inc. to carry out its media relations and communications efforts.
"We are happy to be working with Eddie Stevenson and Driftwood Media", said Tom Munson, Trijicon Director of Sales and Marketing. "Trijicon has worked hard over the past few years to increase our presence in the industry and we will rely on Driftwood Media to help us continue our amazing growth."

Eddie Stevenson, president of Driftwood Media, Inc. said, "Trijicon's commitment to quality and innovation is unequaled in the optics industry and their products have gained the respect of our nation's defenders and sportsmen alike. I am thrilled to represent such an icon within the industry."

All media inquiries should be directed to Driftwood Media, Inc. For the latest Trijicon, Inc. press releases, product images and videos, please visit

About Trijicon, Inc.
Trijicon, Inc. has led the industry in the development of superior any-light aiming systems since the company's founding in 1981. Incorporating more than two decades of innovation, Trijicon's riflescopes and sights are the most advanced aiming systems available today. For more information on the company's proven self-luminous aiming systems for tactical and sporting applications, contact Trijicon, Inc. at 49385 Shafer Ave., Wixom, MI 48393 · Telephone: (800) 338-0563 · Or visit

About Driftwood Media, Inc.
Driftwood Media is a proactive media relations and communications agency that utilizes professional relationships with the nation's most effective outdoor communicators to provide brand exposure and product publicity to the hunting, fishing, tactical and shooting sports markets. Please visit our website,, for more information about our clients and services.

Trijicon’s RMR Scores Shooting Industry’s Top Honors

The innovative new Trijicon RMR™ Sight was named “Optic of the Year” for 2009 by the Firearms Marketing Group’s (FMG) Academy of Excellence.

The world’s first battery-free red dot sight, the Trijicon RMR™ or Ruggedized Miniature Reflex™ won the prestigious award at Shooting Industry magazine’s recent master’s tournament in Connecticut. A group of 500 industry executives, gun dealers and outdoor writers judged the Trijicon RMR Sight the winner.

The Trijicon RMR’s triumph against tough competition in the Academy’s optics category came as no surprise to those familiar with the sight. Designed to improve shooter precision with any style or caliber of weapon, the RMR is the toughest red dot sight on the market. It’s built to deliver superior durability under the most extreme conditions.

“We designed the new RMR sight to be as rugged and versatile as our own Trijicon ACOG’s, as well as to provide ease of sighting and adjustment, solving important issues often associated with other red dot sights,” says Tom Munson, Trijicon’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “We’ve been thrilled with the overwhelming response from the industry, and receiving this award from the members of the Academy is a true affirmation that our efforts to innovate are resonating throughout all channels in the marketplace.”

FMG originated its Academy of Excellence awards in 1992. In addition to Shooting Industry, the company publishes GUNS Magazine, American Handgunner, and American COP.

2009 Academy of Excellence Awards

Trijicon has New Wall Paper Downloads

Checkout Trijicon's NEW desktop wallpapers HERE and be sure to share the link with your friends and family.

Another great idea: print them for a mini-poster!

New Adjuster Caps For Trijicon ACOG's

Our new Caps & Lanyard set (TA71E) is specially designed to protect Trijicon ACOG® optics with external adjusters. This new ACOG accessory is made to fit those models with dial adjustments. The dial-type “external” adjuster has a higher profile than the “internal” adjuster. For help in identifying the adjusters on ACOGs, please contact the Trijicon Customer Service Department at 1-800-338-0563.

Aiming for Excellence

New Trijicon Award Introduced at NRA Whittington Center’s Adventure Camp

Trijicon sponsored a new Hunt Skills competition at the NRA Whittington Center’s 2009 Adventure Camp, awarding specially engraved Trijicon AccuPoint® riflescopes to those campers who achieved the highest scores.

In addition to hunter safety instruction and tracking, participants were scored on a back country walk-through “hunt.” Here, the campers were faced with shooting targets of a wide range of animals – but only after making sure that they were in season, and were “game” for which they were holding a “license.”

In addition to introducing the new award, Trijicon increased its annual support to become a new Silver Sponsor of the Adventure Camp. Covering firearm fundamentals as well as wilderness map reading, animal tracking, wildlife management and more, the non-profit camp features two 13-day summer sessions for kids ages 13 to 17.

Our congratulations go to Jacob Sanchez of Rancho Cucamonga, California and Darren Curry of Los Cruces (not shown), New Mexico. They won the new Trijicon Aiming For Excellence Hunt Skills Award during the first and second camp sessions, respectively.

The Few and the Proud Choose the Trijicon ACOG®

In April, the U.S. Marine Corps selected the Trijicon ACOG® 3.5x35 as its squad automatic-weapon day optic. The scope will mount on the M249 light machinegun to assist gunners in target detection, recognition and identification.

“We are proud to continue our relationship with the United States Marine Corps, said Tom Munson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Trijicon. “First, we supplied them with a 4x32 ACOG for every M16A4 and M4carbine in service, and now we will give them this new ACOG to improve their machine guns’ effectiveness.”

The Trijicon ACOG™ 3.5x35 provides lightning-fast target acquisition and superb optical clarity, offering shooters pinpoint accuracy. Daytime illumination is provided by fiber optics, and tritium illuminates the scope at night.

The gunsight joins a long list of Trijicon products selected by the U.S. Marines, Army Special Forces, Navy Seals and others whose missions depend on reliable optics and superior performance. For more information please visit the Department of Defense website here.

New Guns & Gear Also Added to Trijicon’s Schedule

Guns & Gear will showcase all that’s new in the hunting and shooting world via fast-paced product demonstrations. Hosted by firearms television personality Tom Gresham and sponsored by Trijicon, Guns & Gear begins a 26-episode schedule in July on the Fox Sports Network, which is available in 69 million households. For more information, go online to

Trijicon Sponsors Guns & Ammo TV

Hosted by renowned firearm and hunting experts Craig Boddington and Garry James, Guns and Ammo TV promises to be a perfect addition to Trijicon’s sponsored television schedule. The show focuses on guns, ammunition, hunting and other topics of interest to buyers of shooting optics. The 2009 season begins in July on the Outdoor Channel and Wild TV. For show times and dates, check your local listings, or go online to

Trijicon Advanced Thermal Weapon Sight (ATWS™)

This long-wave thermal imaging sensor mounts in front of the Trijicon ACOG® and delivers crisp imaging through total darkness, fog, smoke, dust and other obscurants.

  • 7° FOV (field of view) and 1x magnification perfectly matches the FOV and magnification of the Trijicon ACOG® 4x32
  • Works in conjunction with all models in the Trijicon ACOG line
  • Maintains the effectiveness of the ACOG®’s bullet-drop compensator, battlesight zero, point of aim, and point of impact
  • Selectable 14° FOV with 0.5x magnification for greater situational awareness
  • Selectable white=hot or black=hot thermal imaging without removing the support hand from the firearm
  • Modular, field-replaceable power pack (four TTCR123 lithium batteries)
  • Rugged, military grade magnesium housing
  • For military or law enforcement applications only

Trijicon RMR™ Sights

The toughest red dot sight on the market, the new RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex™) is designed to improve shooting accuracy with any style or caliber of weapon.

  • World’s first dual-illuminated, battery-free model featuring Trijicon fiber optics and tritium, with dot sizes of 9 or 13 Minutes of Angle (MOA)
  • Available LED (light-emitting diode) illumination provided by a standard CR2032 battery, with dot sizes of 4 or 8 MOA
  • New large and easy-to-use adjusters for windage and elevation
  • Rugged and lightweight aluminum housing that is waterproof to depths of 66 feet
  • Engineered to be as strong as the legendary Trijicon ACOG

Trijicon AccuPoint® 1-4x24 Riflescope

This variable riflescope features true 1x (and up to 4x) magnification with a straight 30mm tube, enabling consistent eye relief at all magnifications.

  • True 1x magnification enables close-in shots for tactical shooters, law-enforcement professionals and safari dangerous game hunters
  • 30mm tube offers greater adjustment range and a variety of mounting options
  • Choice of several post and crosshair reticle options
  • Battery-free dual-illuminated reticle (lit with fiber optics and tritium) provides lightning-fast target acquisition and pinpoint accuracy in any light
  • Multi-layer coated lenses for superior clarity with zero distortion
  • Rugged, aircraft-quality aluminum body

Trijicon AccuPoint® 5-20x50 Riflescope

Trijicon’s longest-range scope ever, it gives tactical shooters, varmint hunters and law enforcement snipers the ability to accurately extend their range in any light.

  • Advanced fiber-optics and tritium aiming-point illumination speeds target acquisition and extends available shooting hours
  • Dual-illumination system automatically adjusts aiming-point brightness to existing lighting conditions
  • Manual brightness override allows shooters to easily adjust the reticle to suit their preferences
  • 30mm tube offers a greater range of mounting options
  • Rugged, aircraft-quality, hard-anodized aluminum body offers all-weather protection
  • Unmatched long eye relief protects against the recoil of higher caliber rifles
  • Choice of post, duplex and Mil-Dot crosshair reticles
  • Easy-to-use external turret controls for windage and elevation adjustment
  • Side parallax adjuster for enhanced accuracy at long range

Trijicon® Goes Green

Trijicon® now offers a green reticle option in select AccuPoint® and ACOG® scope models. The human eye is most sensitive to the color green, making the new green reticle option appear exceptionally bright to users.

Click the following links to see which scope models are now offered with green reticles:

Trijicon’s Game Chasers
Trijicon’s Game Chasers will premiere in January on the Outdoor Channel. The new show is for the diehard hunting enthusiast. Hosts Scott Haugen, Russell Thornberry and fellow professional hunters will travel through the United States, Canada, Mexico, Africa and New Zealand. Each host shares his knowledge and expertise as he takes you on his encounter for big game.

The show will air Monday 11:30 PM, Tuesday 7:00 PM, and Thursday 3:30 AM.

Commercial Now in the Crosshairs
With the addition of the new AccuPoint crosshair reticles in the 2008, the :30 hunting –focused Trijicon television commercial has been updated to include reference to the new product offerings. Viewers will see graphics added to the commercial showing the current post, standard, mil-dot and German four crosshair reticles. Be sure and go to to view the commercial. Instructional Videos
Trijicon has partnered with Tom Gresham and to develop a series of short, informative instructional videos that are available of the website. These videos cover topics ranging from choosing the right optic to tactical shooting techniques presented by Curt Monnig, one of Trijicon’s training professionals. These videos are designed to be “how to” segments that can help you learn about a variety of useful tips and techniques. We encourage you to log in and take a look at these segments – you may find some of the information helpful to you and provide an edge.
Click here to view the instructional videos.

Schumacher Clinches Sixth Title
It's official: Tony Schumacher is the 2008 NHRA POWERade Top Fuel champ. The now-six-time champ had to qualify at the eighth annual ACDelco Las Vegas NHRA Nationals to officially wrap it up, and he did so by scorching the racing surface at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway with a strong 3.781 at 316.60 mph to qualify in the top spot for the eighth time this season.

New Mil-Dot Reticle for Trijicon AccuPoint® 2.5-10x56
The Trijicon AccuPoint 2.5-10x56 promises to broaden its sales appeal with the introduction of a new mil-dot reticle often preferred by hunters. Now available the riflescope’s new reticle option allows buyers to select an AccuPoint 2.5-10x56 with an amber triangle (TR22), a red triangle (TR22R) or a standard crosshair with amber dot (TR22-1), as well as the new mil-dot crosshair with amber dot (TR22-2). The largest and most powerful Trijicon riflescope on the market, the AccuPoint 2.5-10x56 has extreme light gathering capabilities with a huge 56mm objective lens and 30mm tube. Like all AccuPoint riflescopes, its exclusive dualillumination technology and multilayer coated lenses allow it to rival the performance of scopes at twice its price. “The market has responded enthusiastically to our new Mil-Dot reticle. It just makes sense to expand this feature to our longerdistance riflescope,” said Tom Munson, Trijicon Sales and Marketing Director.

NEW Compact TA26S ACOG and TA44S ACOG
Trijicon is introducing two new Trijicon ACOG® models – both based on the ACOG 1.5x16. Lighter with a more compact profile than other ACOGs, the new gunsights perform every bit as well as their larger variations. Both of these optics offer new ring and dot reticle configurations and also excellent long eye relief. With their dual-illuminated reticles, ACOGs offer a distinct aiming point in all light conditions – without batteries.

Extremity Games Athletes Tour Trijicon Facility
Military service personnel participating in the third annual O&P; Extremity Games 3 (eX3) in Southeast Michigan visited Trijicon’s Headquarters before the competition kicked off July 24. After Trijicon employees greeted and thanked the service members for their duty, the athletes toured the Trijicon AccuPoint® and ACOG® assembly areas, as well as other plant operations. “It was an honor hosting these brave men and women at our facility,” says Brian Browe, Trijicon’s Director of Operations. “Many had used our products so they were interested in how they were produced. We’re proud to open our doors and contribute to such a great event.” Through its sponsorship of the Wounded Warrior Project, Trijicon is a committed supporter of the Extremity Games, which gives amateur athletes living with limb loss or limb difference a chance to compete in extreme sports.

Click here for more information about the Extremity Games

New Horseshoe Reticles for Trijicon ACOG®
Developed in cooperation with law enforcement officers and military officials, Trijicon is introducing two new advanced combat optical gunsights with horseshoe-shaped reticles: the ACOG 3.5x35 (TA11H-308) calibrated for .308 (7.62mm), and ACOG 4x32 (TA31H). Increasingly popular among SWAT teams and other police officers, horseshoe reticles provide fast target acquisition in close quarter combat (CQB) situations. And, initial response to the Trijicon version has been extremely positive. “Officers have responded enthusiastically to field tests of our new horseshoe,” said Dave Spencer, Trijicon law enforcement sales representative. “They’re always looking for an advantage in urban CQB environments, and our new reticle gives them fast acquisition with the added benefit of precision target centering in one package.” For more information on the new AGOG TA11H-308 and TA31H, contact your Trijicon representative.

Try Our New ScopeCoat™ on for Size!
Made from the same heavy-duty, neoprenelaminated nylon that has protected our precision optics for years, the new ScopeCoat™ is designed for ACOG® scopes that have an accompanying Trijicon RedDot™ Sight piggybacked on top.

The new, heavy-duty ScopeCoat™ (TA69) is suitable for the Trijicon ACOG® 4x32 TA01NSN-DOC and TA01NSN-TRD models that have a Trijicon RedDot™ or Docter® Sight preattached. The ScopeCoat™ is an available option for those with an added RedDot seeking to protect their optics from dings, dust and moisture.

Trijicon RedDot™ Helps Michigan's Solar Car Team Pin Its 5th National Title!
Our claim of offering a precision optic for every application was tested recently when the University of Michigan called. They were seeking a Trijicon RedDot™ Sight for use in designing its entry in the 2008 North American Solar Challenge. The RedDot enabled the team to better align its car’s solar panels and optimize its energy gathering capabilities. A small contribution but one that helped the Michigan team win its fifth national championship in Alberta, Canada on June 22, 2008. Congratulations, team! Keep aiming for perfection!

2008 &#34Best of the Best" Trijicon AccuPoint® with Mil-Dot
At Field & Stream, there’s the best-of-the-best … and then there’s all the rest. That’s why we’re proud the magazine named the Trijicon AccuPoint® 3-9x40 mil-dot crosshair with amber dot (TR20-2) the top hunting riflescope for 2008. Earning best-of-the-best honors isn’t a walk in the park. Every year, the writers and editors of Field & Stream field test the newest and most advanced hunting, fishing and outdoor equipment in extensive field trials. Of course, with the AccuPoint TR20-2, the competition was up against an exceptional riflescope. The TR20-2 features Trijicon’s new amber mil-dot crosshair reticle, dual-illuminated by our patented fiber optics and tritiumbased technology. It’s the world’s only battery-free, illuminated crosshair! The AccuPoint combines fail-safe self-illumination with the precise aiming point of the crosshairs, giving shooters the best of both benefits in any light. Part of a series of new AccuPoint riflescopes utilizing a crosshair reticle, the TR20-2 also features an improved manual brightness adjustment override, multi-layer coated lenses for superior light transmission, as well as quick-focus eyepiece and long eye relief. We’ve also improved its waterproof capabilities.

NEW! Crosshair Reticle for the Trijicon AccuPoint

Trijicon® introduces the new Trijicon AccuPoint with a crosshair reticle – the world’s only battery-free illuminated crosshair – eliminating the potential for failure.
  • By popular request Trijicon delivers the new crosshair reticle, illuminated by Trijicon’s patented fiber optic and tritium-based technology for effective aiming
  • Innovative fiber optics automatically adjust the brightness level and contrast of the aiming point to available light conditions
  • Improved Manual Brightness Adjustment Override
  • Multi-layer coated lenses for superior light transmission with no distortion
  • Quick-focus eyepiece and long eye relief1.25-4x24, 3-9x40 or 2.5-10x56 magnifications to choose from
  • Crafted from aircraft quality, hard anodized aluminum
Click here for more information about the New Crosshair AccuPoint

Trijicon Unveils a Larger, Brighter Reflex

Trijicon introduces the Trijicon Reflex, a new non-magnified, self-luminous sight engineered to provide additional light gathering capabilities.
  • New 42mm lens gives you the largest sight picture possible
  • Innovative fiber optics automatically adjust the brightness level and contrast of the aiming point to available light conditions
  • Parallax-free sighting enables fast, both-eyes-open target acquisition and accurate aiming
  • Tritium-phosphor lamp aiming reticle glows in low-light conditions for precise shot placement
  • Adjustment range of +/- 30 MOA (one click per inch at 100 yards)
  • Manufactured from cast A356-T6 aluminum with hard coat anodizing
  • Battery-Free
Click here for more information about the new Trijicon Reflex

The NEW Army ACOG Now Available to the Consumer Market

Trijicon introduces the official military version of the Trijicon ACOG® 4x32 to the consumer market – you can now have the latest in advanced combat optics.

  • New to the consumer – perfect for varmint or big game hunting
  • Powered by Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology
  • Incorporates a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) offering additional aiming points out to 800 meters
  • Incorporates the innovative Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC)
  • Multi-layer lens coating for maximum optical performance in any light
  • Waterproof (328 ft/100 meters) and nitrogen-filled to eliminate fogging
  • Housing is made of forged, 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum alloy
  • A spacer system is provided allowing the sight to be configured properly for varying weapon systems

The 6x48 Trijicon ACOG

Trijicon expands its extremely popular line of Trijicon ACOG gunsights by introducing the newest addition — the rugged Trijicon ACOG 6x48.

  • Designed specifically for machine guns and military crew served weapons
  • Enhances target identification and hit probability on shots out to 1,200 meters
  • Powered by Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology
  • Incorporates a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) offering additional aiming points estimated for trajectory
  • Incorporates the innovative Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC)
  • Waterproof (100 ft/30 meters) and nitrogen-filled to eliminate fogging
  • Housing is made of forged, 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum alloy
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Battery-Free
Click here for more information about the 6x48 ACOG

S.W.A.T. Magazine
Leroy Thompson visits Trijicon's Virgina facility.

Click HERE to read about Leroy's exciting visit.

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The US Army Chooses the Trijicon ACOG
Trijicon, Inc. is proud to announce that it has been selected by the United States Army to supply up to 135,000 of the Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG®) for the Army’s M150 Rifle Combat Optic (RCO) program. Already the standard magnified optic for the U.S. Special Operations Forces and the U.S. Marine Corps, the Trijicon ACOG is a combat veteran, providing America’s front line troops extremely rugged and proven any light aiming systems.

The Army M150 RCO version of the Trijicon ACOG is a 4x dual-illuminated optic that will include a laser filter, Signature Reduction Device (SRD) and pouch. Compatible with the Army’s full inventory of M16s and M4s, the initial role of the Trijicon ACOG is planned to be used assisting small unit sharpshooters engage longer-range targets during combat operations. Specifically designed to enhance the soldier’s ability to locate and hit targets quickly and accurately, these innovative shooting optics utilize Trijicon’s Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC) — a system that permits both-eyes-open shooting, greatly increasing the soldier’s situational awareness and lethality during fast moving tactical situations. The Trijicon ACOG has proven to provide the additional benefit of enhanced target identification, which has assisted in the reduction of both civilian and friendly-fire incidents. Highly accurate from muzzle out to 800 meters, the ACOG incorporates a built-in bullet drop compensator to allow the shooter to immediately engage threats no matter the distance.

Trijicon’s ACOG is dual-illuminated with an extremely reliable combined tritium phosphor lamp and fiber optic system to function completely battery free in all lighting conditions — meeting or exceeding the Army’s stringent selection requirements. Machined from solid, 7075-T6 aluminum alloy and dry nitrogen filled to prevent fogging —the internally adjustable telescopic sight has the highest quality optics and coatings. This provides excellent clarity even under battle conditions when the soldiers’ eyes may not be perfectly in-line.

Trijicon is honored to be the Army’s choice for this prestigious contract, and is looking forward to a productive partnership, providing soldiers with a rugged and reliable shooting advantage in the field. The first 100 RCO’s will be delivered to the Army within 30 days. The contract allows for the purchase of up to 135,000 ACOGs over a period of five years.

Field of View: Volume 4, Issue 3 | September 2007

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Interesting Articles:

  • U.S. Army Colonel Dion J. King Salutes Trijicon
  • Top Scores Across the Board!
  • New Bright & Tough Night™ Sights Introduced

    Click here to view the Flash version of the Newsletter.

  • Trijicon Helps Those Wounded Heroes Who’s Spirit Keeps This Country Free
    The team at Trijicon is dedicated to supporting members of the military both on and off the battlefield — especially those service members who have returned home, having paid a dear price for defending our country. Partnering with the Wounded Warrior Project and Extremity Games, Trijicon sponsored a team of service members who have lost limbs during combat — for a special competition that gives these dedicated warriors the opportunity to once again strive toward victory.

    This year’s Wounded Warrior team consisted of 15 service members — each recovering from the loss of a limb while on the battlefield — who took part in several highly competitive, extreme sporting events held during the second annual Extremity Games in Orlando, Florida. These service members have been training as a part of their physical therapy and were able to compete in skateboarding, wakeboarding, BMX biking, rock climbing, kayaking, skydiving, surfing and in-line skating. While the participants in each event competed for money and other prizes, everyone left the premier event with an admiration for the spirit and dedication demonstrated by this amazing group.

    “These individuals embody courage and determination and it is inspirational seeing these incredible men and women compete” said Trijicon’s Director of Sales and Marketing Tom Munson, “They prove that nothing is impossible and we are really honored to have this opportunity to support them and this worthy cause.” he said.

    One of several programs offered nationwide through the Wounded Warrior Project, this important organization provides year-round sports rehabilitation activities to help our nation's severely war wounded rebuild their lives as they recuperate from their wounds suffered in combat. This grass roots organization relies completely on donations from individuals and corporations. That is why a portion of each product sold by Trijicon goes to support this program that is so essential to rebuilding self-confidence and motivation to succeed in rehabilitation and life — staying true to the Project’s motto: "If I can do this, I can do anything!"

    Click here to learn more about the Extremity Games

    Trijicon Joins SCI in Corporate Partnership
    Tucson, Arizona—Trijicon joins with Safari Club International (SCI) in a corporate partnership designed to integrate innovative optic technology with the group that is First for Hunters. With more than 50,000 members around the globe, SCI is the leader in protecting the freedom of hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide.

    “Trijicon’s sights and scopes are very well known throughout the industry for their high quality,” said SCI President Dennis Anderson. “SCI is very pleased to have them as a corporate sponsor.”

    “Trijicon is honored to be the newest corporate sponsor of Safari Club International,” said Stephen Bindon, President of Trijicon. “We greatly respect the dedication and enthusiasm of the SCI members to both conservation and safari hunting. We are equally dedicated to providing high quality optics to all outdoor enthusiasts.”

    Trijicon®, based in Wixom, Michigan, is the leader in the production of self-illuminating riflescopes and sights. Trijicon first became known for their innovative tritium night sights for pistols. Later, their Trijicon ACOG, fast became, and is still, the magnified optic of choice for military personnel. For hunting, the Trijicon AccuPoint variable-power riflescope is a great example of how Trijicon’s patented illuminated aiming point will make it easier to get the big game. Trijicon products can be found at retailers throughout the world.

    SCI-First For Hunters is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI’s 179 Chapters represent all 50 of the United States as well as 13 other countries. SCI’s proactive leadership in a host of cooperative wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian programs, with the SCI Foundation and other conservation groups, research institutions and government agencies, empowers sportsmen to be contributing community members and participants in sound wildlife management and conservation. Visit the home page or call (520) 620-1220 for more information.

    Safari Club International Website

    Introducing the Tactical Advanced NightVision System (TANS)
    Trijicon’s new Tactical Advanced NightVision System (TANS) brings cutting-edge night vision to the front lines in a compact, rugged and easy to use sight, providing a clear advantage for those who must go into harm’s way.

    The historical trade off for the critical advantage of seeing at night has been night vision equipment that was cumbersome, delicate or difficult to use. However, the new Trijicon TANS is a cutting-edge night vision system that is specifically designed to work perfectly in front of the Trijicon ACOG sights with negligible affect on boresight — allowing extremely rapid proficiency from one’s normal shooting position.

    Other advantages include:

    • Compact, universal, high-resolution, permanently aligned night vision sight for use with existing day scopes.
    • Fast f/0.9 Catadioptric Lens provides a brighter and sharper image in starlight.
    • Large 33 mm output optic fully fills most day scope objectives, producing a brighter output image and maintaining the full exit pupil diameter at the eye.
    • Low 1.5 in. optical centerline does not alter day sight centerline (sighting system is free from parallax errors).
    • Installs and removes without affecting boresight, eliminating the need for sight zero adjustment

      The Trijicon TANS will be available for purchase by military units and law enforcement agencies only.

      Click here for more information on the Trijicon TANS

    American Dragster Captures Trijicon Visit
    American Dragster TV, the popular ESPN2 show that chronicles behind-the-scene drag racing, recently aired an episode of Don and Tony Schumacher's visit to Trijicon's Virginia facility. Don Schumacher, racing legend and owner of Don Schumacher Racing (DSR), along with Tony Schumacher, four-time NHRA Top-Fuel Dragster Champion, came to Fredericksburg, Virginia to learn more about Trijicon's scopes and sights.

    After an overview of all the scope models and reticle options, Tony and Don got the chance to try Trijicon's optics. American Dragster TV caught it all and aired the day's events on ESPN2 this past spring. In case you missed the exciting footage of the gun range, check out Trijicon's YouTube page. Footage provided courtesy of American Dragster TV ©2007 American Dragster, LLC

    Trijicon's YouTube Page

    Because YOU Asked
    Shortly after we launched the Trijicon RedDot™, we received many letters, phone calls and emails asking us why we didn't offer our popular 4x32 ACOG with the RedDot. YOU asked; we listened!

    Trijicon is proud to unveil the TRD ACOG. The popular Trijicon RedDot combined with the Trijicon ACOG is the perfect solution for close quarter and long range shooting. Plus, both sights are backed by Trijicon’s limited lifetime warranty and tradition of quality.

    The Trijicon 4x32 ACOG provides military professionals and law enforcement officers a distinct aiming point in all light conditions – without batteries. Ranging is built into many of its reticle, allowing users to set zero and never worry about it again. And, a rugged, forged-aluminum housing makes it nearly indestructible.

    Developed for quick target acquisition, the Trijicon RedDot™ Sight is designed for mounting atop the Trijicon ACOG® (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight). The sight features an innovative LED (light emitting diode) insert to sense the target’s light level and control the light output of the LED. This technology ensures optimum visibility of the red dot against the target.Power is provided by a long-life lithium battery. Accuracy is enhanced with adjustments for windage and elevation. And, performance is assured with a stronger-than-aluminum, polymer alloy body.

    Together, this combination is the ultimate in fast target acquisition and precision aiming at extended distances. Scope models featuring the Trijicon RedDot as an option are the TA31-TRD and the TA01NSN-TRD and will retail for $1,500.00 and $1,450.00, respectively. We thank you for all of your emails, phone calls and letters and encourage you to continue.
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    NRA Whittington Center's Adventure Camp
    In today’s society, young people in America are offered few opportunities to truly develop vital traits, such as leadership and responsibility, especially those that come with the time honored lessons and traditions associated with the outdoors. That’s why Trijicon has partnered with C2 Productions, the creators of the popular hunting show On The Water, In The Woods With Cody And Cody, to focus on the NRA Whittington Center’s Adventure Camp — where young men and women experience America’s heritage first-hand in a unique and positive environment from some of the most skilled instructors and outdoor specialists in the nation.

    Dedicated to the mission of the NRA Whittington Center Adventure Camp, Trijicon has donated many of its shooting optics, including its AccuPoint® riflescopes, ACOG® shooting scopes and Bright & Tough™ night sights for pistols, to help NRA instructors at the center teach youth the solid and safe fundamentals of pistol, rifle, muzzleloading and shotgun shooting. The camp extends this experience far beyond range basics, strengthening each camper through training in such things as wilderness map reading, preparing a hunting camp, animal tracking, care of downed game and an understanding of wildlife management techniques — all in lessons designed to encourage and build leadership and team spirit.

    “We are very proud to help the Whittington Center provide these campers sights and scopes to learn how to safely use and handle firearms, which is only a small portion of what they learn here,” said Trijicon’s Marketing Coordinator Susan Belanger. “Programs like these are vital to broaden the horizons of our country’s younger generations, giving them a unique opportunity that literally cannot be found anywhere else in the world.”

    C2 Productions shares in this commitment to bringing the excitement and knowledge of hunting and the outdoors to young adults and will feature this year’s camp on their popular hunting show on The Sportsman’s Channel. To see Cody and Cody's footage of the NRA Whittington Center click HERE (may take a minute or so to load so please be patient).

    For more information, including a free DVD, about the Adventure Camp, please contact the NRA Whittington Center at P.O. Box 700, Raton, NM 87740 • (800) 494-4853 • Or visit

    Trijicon Chooses Pelican to Carry its ACOG, TriPower and RedDot
    The unsurpassed durability and ruggedness of the Trijicon ACOG and TriPower is reflected in its new packaging. As of May 1, 2007, all Trijicon ACOG , TriPower optics and RedDot will ship in the new Pelican Protector Case. Each Pelican Case is

  • Watertight
  • Crush Proof
  • with Chemical resistantProtector™

    Which will keep the optics from any harm while looking tough and staying strong. This superbly designed case affords a lifetime of use, building on Trijicon’s tradition of providing the greatest value to our customers.
    Click here for more information about Pelican

  • Fore!
    Trijicon will expand its marketing outreach this year by sponsoring the 14th hole at the 2007 Buick Open. More than 3.5 million* golfers are also hunters, therefore this high profile PGA Tour event is an ideal opportunity to introduce sportsmen to Trijicon’s products. Along with Trijicon sponsoring the 14th hole they will be featured in the Buick Open program book with a full page ad on the AccuPoint riflescope. With the world’s best players competing on one of the nation’s most beautiful courses, the Buick Open represents a level of excellence which echoes the high quality standards for all Trijicon’s products. The 2007 Buick Open begins June 25 at the Warwick Hills Golf and Country Club in Grand Blanc, Michigan.
    Click here for more information

    Trijicon and The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP)
    As announced to audience cheers at the SHOT Show Press Conference in Orlando, Trijicon will donate a portion of each retail sale in 2007 to the Wounded Warrior Project—a nationwide program conducted by Disabled Sports USA to help rehabilitate our nation’s severely war wounded.

    The Wounded Warrior Project is an organization that seeks to assist the men and women that are veterans of our armed forces that have been severely injured during the conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and other locations around the world. Many of the injuries are traumatic amputations, gunshot wounds, burns and blast injuries that will retire these brave warriors from military service. WWP’s mission is to raise the public’s awareness of the needs of these men and women, to help them assist each other and to provide direct programs and services to meet their needs. Over 60 events are held in 12 sports at sites throughout the country.

    Participation is free of charge to Wounded Warriors and their family members. The Project funds their transportation, lodging, adaptive equipment and individualized instruction.

    For more information on the Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project, visit To make a contribution, click HERE. To see a schedule of upcoming events, click HERE.

    Official WWP Website

    Trijcon Broadcasts their Brilliant Aiming Solutions
    YouTube users can now view, rate, and comment on 30-second Trijicon spots focused on the Military, Law Enforcement and Hunting markets as well as a 60-second Trijicon overview. YouTube’s booming popularity among the internet generation provides an opportunity for Trijicon to introduce its Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ to new audiences. In addition, the spots are also being aired on Outdoor Channel, Versus and other cable and network channels.
    Click here for more information

    Trijicon AccuPoint on a Tactical Weapon?
    LaRue Tactical designed a mount to affix the Trijicon AccuPoint to a tactical rifle. The SPR-E LT-139 is designed to mount the TR20 (3-9x40) and TR21 (1.25-4x24) Trijicon AccuPoint riflescopes on a flattop AR. It also mounts these scopes on an MIA style rifle with a forward rail (such as the popular Springfield SOCOM rifles).

    LaRue Tactical in Leander, Texas specializes in original mounts so durable, they come with a lifetime warranty. For more information about LaRue Tactical or the SPR-E LT 139, please visit

    Trijicon Agrees; Theres No Replacement for the Competitive Spirit!

    Trijicon is a proud sponsor of the 2007 O&P; Extremity Games (eX2). The O&P; Extremity Games is an extreme amateur sporting competition for individuals living with limb loss or limb difference. Participants demonstrate skill, persistence and passion while competing for cash and other prizes. Trijicon’s donation to the Extremity Games exclusively funds the Wounded Warrior Project Sponsorship; this sponsorship level enables wounded service members to travel with their families and compete in events.

    The events in this year’s Extremity Games include:

  • Skateboarding
  • Wakeboarding
  • BMX biking
  • Rock climbing
  • Kayaking
  • Surfing

    The Extremity Games gives people hope and a chance to be recognized and appreciated for their talents. It is a great opportunity to bring family and friends to share in the excitement of the event and give appreciation of these service members. The Extremity Games are held in Orlando, Florida at the Orlando Watersports Complex on July 19-21. Trijicon’s sponsorship continues their longstanding commitment to supporting the American Soldier, both on and off the battlefield. Trijicon is proud to commemorate all the Extremity Games participants for their valiant efforts serving our country and their athletic ability on display this July; showing that there really is no replacement for the competitive spirit.”

    Click here for more information

  • Field of View: Volume 4, Issue 2 | June 2007

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    Interesting Articles:

  • Trijicon Sponsors Wounded Warriors to Compete at O&P; Extremity Games 2
  • Trijicon Tees off at the 2007 Buick Open
  • Take Aim with Trijicon at
  • Now Showing: Trijicon on YouTube

  • Field of View: Volume 4, Issue 1 | March 2007

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    Interesting Articles:

  • Trijicon to Support Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project
  • Trijicon Supercross Sponsorship Announced
  • For 2007, Three New Products Target Hunting, Law Enforcement and Military Markets
  • Trijicon Salutes Year’s Best at SHOT Show

  • Field of View: Volume 3, Issue 4 | December 2006

    Click HERE to download the December 2006 issue of Field of View.

    Interesting Articles:

  • SHOT Show Triple Threat
  • Trijicon Sponsors New Safari Hunt Program
  • Four New TV Commercials
  • Compare Trijicon Products & Prices Online

  • Introducing the Newest Member of the Trijicon ACOG Family: 3x30mm Trijicon ACOG TA33
    Trijicon is proud to offer the new Trijicon ACOG® TA33. This new 3x30mm model is designed for law enforcement and military applications — where the combination of ample magnification, low light capability and long eye relief make the TA33 the Trijicon ACOG of choice. This rugged, dependable aiming system is available with Bullet Drop Compensated (BDC) reticles calibrated to the trajectory of the .223 and .308 cartridges and provides precision aiming for targets out to 600 meters. The extended eye relief allows the TA33 to be mounted on larger caliber weapons — giving the marksman ample eye relief for all shooting positions.

    Like all of Trijicon’s battle-tested ACOGs, the new TA33 uses Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology, providing a dual illuminated reticle. When on a SWAT operation or pursuing terrorists, the last thing you want to worry about is having your optical sight fail — that’s why the Trijicon ACOG TA33 is totally battery-free, featuring a red or amber chevron aiming point. The Trijicon ACOG TA33 takes advantage of the innovative Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC). In tandem with scope magnification, this revolutionary both-eyes-open aiming method provides the shooter with “instinctive” target acquisition and increased hit potential.

    Weighing in at less than seven ounces, which includes the mount, the Trijicon ACOG TA33 is perfect for the latest patrol rifle or carbine. A forged, 7075-T6 aluminum alloy housing gives it durability beyond the call of duty, and multi-coated lenses provide maximum optical performance in any light. The internally adjustable, parallax-free TA33 is far more rugged than conventional riflescopes. Waterproof (328 Ft / 100 Meters — five times the military requirement) and nitrogen-filled to eliminate fogging, the TA33 is made in Trijicon’s ISO-certified plant in Wixom, Michigan, and comes complete with a lifetime warranty.

    To learn more about the TA33, click the link to see the FirePowerTV ShotShow07 Trijicon Interview on

    Introducing the Trijicon RedDot Sight
    Industry’s First Lifetime Warranty on a Reflex-Style Red-Dot Sight

    Trijicon is proud to announce its newest product — the Trijicon RedDot Sight.

    Backed with a full lifetime warranty, this new sight is a reflex-style red dot with applications for all types of hunting and shooting. The versatile Trijicon RedDot is right on target for handguns, carbines, rifles and shotguns and can also be teamed up with the famous Trijicon ACOG? for the ultimate in fast target acquisition or precision aiming at extended distances. Mounting kits are available for mounting to most ACOG models. The innovative Trijicon RedDot enhances the shooter’s capabilities, regardless of the style or caliber of weapon used — the “point and shoot” characteristics make this sight the natural selection when fast target acquisition is required.

    The Trijicon RedDot is fully adjustable for windage and elevation. A lithium CR 2032 battery powers the 8 MOA red dot — with a dark storage battery life of approximately 35,000 hours. Its lightweight (.5 oz) and compact (1” wide x 1.7” long x.9” high) and all accessories are provided — snap on cover, (which prolongs battery life) mini-dial and Allen wrench are provided with the system. The Trijicon RedDot sight uses a hardened polymer, resulting in a sight far more durable than other red dot sights — an important factor when second place is simply not an option.

    The tradition of quality for which Trijicon has been known for more than 25 years is now available in the new Trijicon RedDot sight.

    To learn more about the RedDot, click the link to see the FirePowerTV ShotShow07 Trijicon Interview on

    Trijicon Responds to the Requests of Special Ops—with the Trijicon ACOG 4x32mm Enhanced Combat Optical Sight (ECOS)
    Trijicon is proud to offer the new Trijicon ACOG 4x32 Enhanced Combat Optical Sight (ECOS). This new model was designed for Special Operations forces of the US military, but will be available through civilian and law enforcement outlets as well. The Trijicon ACOG ECOS is the ultimate sight for both Close Quarter Battle (CQB) situations and longer distance shooting where accuracy and pinpoint bullet placement are required. The Trijicon ACOG ECOS is the first combat optic available to the public with the new Dark Earth Brown color now required by special operations forces — a definite factor in concealment — directly contributing to the safety of the operator, who is often in harm’s way.

    This dual-sighting system gives the shooter a distinct tactical advantage with the option of either the Trijicon ACOG or the Docter Red Dot Sight. With the quick target acquisition of the Docter Red Dot sight or the precise aiming capabilities provided by the magnified 4 power Trijicon ACOG — the shooter has the ability to select the proper aiming solution for the situation at hand — truly the best of both worlds.

    This rugged, dependable aiming system is available with a Bullet Drop Compensated (BDC) reticle calibrated to the trajectory of the .223 cartridge and provides precision aiming for targets out to 1,000 meters. Trijicon’s battle-tested reticle technology is proven, in mission after mission, to hold zero under the most demanding of combat situations, gaining the faith and trust of America’s elite Special Forces units worldwide. The last thing you want to worry about on a mission is having your optical sight fail you — that’s why the Trijicon ACOG is totally battery-free, featuring a selection of reticles in either red or amber.

    Two models of the Trijicon ACOG ECOS are available: The TA31 ECOS uses Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology with a reticle that glows red continually in bright light, low light or no light at all. The TA01 ECOS model features Trijicon’s advanced tritium technology only — and both models feature back-up iron sights as specified by the U.S. Special Operation Command.

    This innovative sighting system, weighing in at less than 16 ounces, including the mount, is designed for the M-16 series of rifles. A forged, 7075-T6 aluminum alloy housing gives the ACOG durability beyond the call of duty, and multi-coated lenses provide maximum optical performance in any light. The ACOG is also waterproof (Tested to 328 Ft / 100 Meters — five times the military’s required depth) and nitrogen filled to eliminate fogging, the Trijicon ACOG ECOS is made with pride in the USA at Trijicon’s ISO-approved Wixom, Michigan manufacturing facility.

    To learn more about the ECOS, click the link to see the FirePowerTV ShotShow07 Trijicon Interview on

    NHRA Champion Tony Schumacher to Sign Autographs for Fans at Trijicon SHOT Show Booth
    Two Sessions January 12 Will Allow Fans to Meet Driver of U.S. Army Top Fuel Dragster

    Visitors to the 2007 SHOT Show in Orlando will have the rare opportunity to meet Tony “The Sarge” Schumacher, 2006 World Champion and driver of the famous U.S. Army NHRA Top Fuel dragster, in Trijicon®’s show exhibit.

    Schumacher will be autographing photos of himself in Booth #2237 in two sessions on Friday, January 12 — one at 10 a.m. and one at 2 p.m. As a leading manufacturer of self-luminous aiming systems for hunting, the military and law enforcement, Trijicon is a proud sponsor of the U.S. Army Top Fuel dragster. The U.S. Army Pro Stock motorcycle will also be prominently featured in Trijicon’s exhibit during the show; while Tony’s dragster will be on display in the lobby of the Orange County Convention Center during the entire run of the show. This will be a rare opportunity for racing fans to get a close-up look at the U.S. Army Top Fuel machine — and see it when it isn’t a blur going down the track.

    Schumacher’s accomplishments on the NHRA Top Fuel circuit are quite remarkable. He went to the final round in his first ever NHRA national event in Indianapolis and as been winning ever since — his World Championship title in 2006 marked his third straight and the fourth of his relatively short 10-year career. With 35 career wins, he’s now tied for fourth on the all-time Top Fuel victory list with racing legend “Big Daddy” Don Garlits. In 2005, Schumacher set the new national elapsed time world record (4.437 seconds) and new national speed world record (336.13 mph) for the quarter mile.

    “We’re proud to be associated with the U.S. Army Top Fuel car, and honored that Tony will be spending time in our booth,” said Stephen Bindon, Trijicon President and eldest son of company founder Glyn Bindon. “It’s a great opportunity for us to do something special for the many race fans in the hunting/shooting sports industry.”

    The Hunt of a Lifetime
    Trijicon donated a 3-9x40 AccuPoint riflescope to a very unique hunter. Despite Greg Eddy having cerebral palsy, he is capable of shooting with a crossbow. However, to fulfill his lifelong dream of hunting elk, Greg would need to take on the challenge of shooting with a rifle. With the help of a few special friends, Greg’s dream came true in August of 2006.

    Excerpt from “Assignment Completed” by Sam McCuin, Clark County Press, September 27, 2006

    “The smile on Greg’s face appeared to be permanently in place as guide, hunter, dad, and film crew headed for the blinds that Danny [Empey, guide,] had set up earlier. Danny explained that the elk were low in the creek bottom where they had water, food and cover, but would funnel up into the CRP fields toward evening to feed and bed. Greg would be waiting to intercept them and hopefully get a shot.

    "It took a little longer than expected to get Greg’s wheelchair in place, and before everything was ready, three awesome bulls were headed toward the blinds. Pandemonium and panic is the only way to describe what was going on in the blind! Danny was upset with himself for not getting in place sooner. Greg did get a shot at an exceptional bull later that evening but at nearly two hundred yards it was beyond his comfort range.

    "[The following day,] Danny had relocated the blinds, and the group got an early start getting ready for the action. Greg’s eternal smile was still in place even after his sleepless night!

    "Around 5:30 the elk started to get active in the creek bottom. Bugling bulls soon worked themselves into a rutting frenzy. The hunters’ hearts were filled with excitement as they waited with high hopes and silent prayers.

    "A lone bull began to journey up the side of the draw. Danny, Den and Greg were soon all abuzz, trying to position the wheelchair just right. The huge six by six was coming straight at them and stopped just short of a hundred yards! The first shot rang out. It was a clean miss. The bull was confused and didn’t know which way to go. Den fed another round in and Greg took deep breaths, readying for another shot. Bank; a solid hit. The gigantic 6x6 was dead on his feet. A final shot anchored the bull, and he collapsed.

    "Total shock and awe of the events that had just transpired turned to jubilation and floods of emotion. Greg had done the seemingly impossible for a young man born with cerebral palsy. He had mastered the rifle and held his composure under the most exciting of circumstances.”

    Trijicon Celebrates 25th Anniversary
    As Trijicon® celebrates its Silver Anniversary, this family-run and family-oriented business has much to be proud of.

    The world leader in the development of Brilliant Aiming Solutions, the company’s self-illuminating sights are the “shining” standard for hunters, law enforcement officers, shooting enthusiasts and military users. In fact, numerous Trijicon products have become standard equipment for U.S. combat troops around the world. Of course, the success Trijicon enjoys today has much to do with the company’s past…

    Glyn Bindon: Following His Light

    Trijicon was founded in 1981 by Mr. Glyn Bindon. His interest in self-illuminated sights set the company’s course and became the inspiration for using tritium to provide scope luminescence, thereby eliminating the need for batteries to illuminate the reticle.

    Demand for Glyn Bindon’s revolutionary products grew quickly. Trijicon hunting scopes and Night Sights were introduced in 1986. And, the change within the law enforcement community from revolvers to semi-automatic handguns during the 1980s created a new demand for superior quality illuminated sights, leading to large orders from Beretta, GLOCK®, and Smith & Wesson®.

    A significant company milestone came in 1989 when Trijicon introduced the Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG®). In 1991, the Navy Seals bought small quantities of the ACOG for testing, and based on the overwhelming success of the optic, it was adopted by the entire U.S. Special Operations Command in 1995. Since then it has gained acceptance from military marksmen worldwide. In fact, the Marine Corps is equipping every M16 rifle in its arsenal with an ACOG.

    Annother Innovation: The Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC)

    While proud of the success that Trijicon aiming systems were enjoying, Glyn Bindon was perfecting another major advancement named the Bindon Aiming Concept or BAC.

    This innovative both-eyes-open aiming method allowed shooters to acquire, track and hit targets more accurately than with one-eye-closed riflescopes.

    Looking Forward…

    “When you’ve been in business as long as the Bindon family, you learn a few things along the way,” said Stephen Bindon, Trijicon’s current President and eldest son of the founder.

    “One is that if you treat all of the members of your team as one big family—trusting their input and valuing their ideas—your employees, your company and your customers all reap the rewards. Another is that innovation is an ongoing process—because there is always a way to make something better.”

    “In fact, Trijicon will be rolling our more new products in the coming year that at any time our history.”

    Thank Our Military T-shirts Are HERE!

    The much anticipated military shirt styled after the popular banner Trijicon displayed during the 2006 SHOT Show is now in stock. This shirt is heather gray with the Trijicon logo on the front left chest. The back of the shirt pictures a group of soldiers and the text:

    If you can read this T-shirt, thank a teacher.
    If you’re reading this in English, thank our military.

    The shirt is available in sizes ranging from SM to XXXL. T-shirt made of 90% preshrunk cotton and 10% polyester. Cost: $15. For more details or to order a shirt, click here.

    Trijicon Unveils New ACOG Pin
    This three dimensional pin is modeled after the most distinct riflescope shapes in the industry. The ACOG pin is fashioned from pewter and measures 1-¾-in. long, ¾-in. high and ¼-in. thick. There are two butterfly pin backings which will keep this pin held secure.

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    Now Available—Nights Sights for the Beretta PX4 Storm Pistol
    Your new Beretta PX4 Storm Pistol is not complete without Trijicon Night Sights. Choose from yellow, orange or green rear lamps. Trijicon 3 Dot Night Sights feature:

    White Rings
    All Trijicon Night Sights feature a white ring around the glowing dots for unequalled daylight visibility.

    Silicone Rubber Cushion
    Gives additional shock-protection to tritium filled glass lamps within the aluminum housing.

    Extra-Large Front Dot
    Provides a bright, distinctive sighting picture.

    Trijicon Tritium Phosphor Lamp
    Glass lamps filled with pressurized tritium gas glow bright green, yellow or orange at night. The lamps are guaranteed to last 12 years (green or yellow lamps).

    Protective Aluminum Cylinders
    Contains and protects the tritium gas filled lamps from heave recoil and harsh cleaning solvents.

    Sapphire Window
    Each Trijicon Tritium Lamp is capped with a Sapphire Jewel which helps to evenly distribute the light from the tritium lamps as well as protect it from solvents and puncture

    Steel Blades
    Because the sight blades are machined from steel rather than cast, their strength is unsurpassed.

    Click here for more information or to order Trijicon Night Sights.

    ACOG Pouch Now Sold Separately
    Formerly, the pouch sold with the TA31RCO-A4 & TA31RCO-M4 was unavailable for purchase. Due to popular customer request, you can now order a pouch for your own 4 x 32 ACOG. See our ACOG Products page for more information and to order! Model Number TA86.

    TA70 Mounts are Now Available
    They’re here! They’re here! The TA70 ACOG® sight mounts for military the M14 and M1A, are now available. This low profile, Picattiny rail, flat-top conversion mount not only accommodates our ACOG® scopes, it can also be used to mount virtually anything such as flashlights and other gun-related equipment. Trijicon’s online retail price is $371.00. Get ‘em while they’re hot!

    Trijicon Improves Battle-Tested Sighting System
    Trijicon, Inc., the world leader in the development of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the military, law enforcement and hunting markets, is proud to announce that the Trijicon ACOG 4x32 model TAO1NSN, the unit used by many U.S. Special Forces, is now available with the Docter Optic Red dot sight, giving users of this proven tactical sight even greater flexibility and CQB (close quarter battle) ability.

    The TA01NSN-DOC combines the technology of the battle-tested Trijicon ACOG (4x32) gun sight with the Docter Optic 7.0 MOA Red Dot sight. This provides the shooter the option of quick acquisition close range sighting with the Docter Sight and the precision for longer range shooting with the Trijicon ACOG 4x32. This ability to adjust to tactical situations gives the user the needed edge when lives are on the line and success is the only acceptable outcome.

    The Trijicon ACOG TA01NSN-DOC is an internally adjustable telescopic sight with an illuminated reticle powered by Trijicon’s tritium-based technology. This reticle is designed to hold zero under the most extreme conditions and present a bright aiming point in all low and no light lighting conditions.

    With the field-proven Docter Optic 1x red dot sight mounted on top of the Trijicon ACOG TA01NSN-DOC, this innovative sighting system provides the user with lightning-fast target acquisition while allowing for excellent situational awareness. “Trijicon is proud to supply the U.S. Special Operations teams with the Trijicon TA01 ACOG 4x32 for over 10 years — our collaborative work with SOCOM has yielded this improvement in the CQB capabilities of the ACOG,” says Tom Munson, Director or Sales and Marketing for Trijicon. “The overall “point and shoot” characteristics of this all-in-one gun-sight ensures that it will be the optic of choice for many tactical shooters, and it’s as always an honor to contribute to the safety and accuracy of those serving to protect our country.”

    Trijicon In the Media

    Find articles and mentions of Trijicon's products and pictures in the the following industry publications

  • Writer, Leroy Thompson, uses Trijicon's TA01NSN ACOG to test the new F2000 assault Rifle by FNH in the April 2007 issue of Gun World.

  • Sgt. Todd Bowers Guest at SHOT Show & Our Facility
    In our December 2004 issue of the Trijicon Update, we published an article from the U.S. Marine Corps website in regards to a Trijicon ACOG saving a marine’s life. Sgt. Todd Bowers, the marine from the article, was invited to last year’s SHOT Show but was unable to make it as he was still serving overseas. This year however, we were honored to have Todd as a guest at our booth. The still functioning ACOG with the bullet that remains lodged inside was displayed at our booth for all to see. Todd spent several hours at our booth recounting to visitors the story of how all Marines with ACOG scopes were called forward to distinguish the enemy and point out where they were for the rest of the troops. During the attack, a bullet aimed to hit Todd, missed him and hit his ACOG instead. There was some metal that was sprayed from the impact, however, Todd is alive and well.

    Since his return home, Todd has been working diligently on promoting the importance of having an ACOG mounted on your weapon as well as the government’s reimbursing for gear individual purchase to serve. Trijicon recently invited Todd to tour our factory to see how the ACOG scopes are manufactured. He received ovations as he retold his story at our all company meeting.

    Todd is proud of the work Trijicon does; however, Trijicon is more proud of the work people like Todd do.

    Todd with our daytime machinists. Todd is third from the right holding the infamous ACOG.

    High Resolution Photo of Sgt. Bowers

    Trijicon Makes a Splash at SHOT Show With New Military Banner
    Two 25 foot banners were hung in the exhibition hall of the 2006 SHOT Show. One of them displayed our products and new tag line- "Brilliant Aiming Solutions" and the other was of military members with weapons sporting our optics.

    The banner was such a big hit, we've been asked to add it to our website. Click here to download wallpaper

    Trijicon 2005 Distributor of the Year - RSR Group
    RSR Group has been named Trijicon's top distributor again in 2005. This year as a special thanks for RSR's continual support, we presented them with a gold-plated ACOG scope. Pictured is Trijicon's President Stephen Bindon and RSR's VP Purchasing & Marketing Christina Marotta.

    Trijicon Expands Sponsorship to Include NHRA U.S. Army Dragster & Pro Stock Motorcycle
    Trijicon® has expanded its sponsorship portfolio by signing a multi-year, associate sponsorship agreement with Don Schumacher Racing on the U.S. Army Top Fuel Dragster.

    “Trijicon is thrilled to join Don Schumacher’s championship operation as an associate sponsor. Having our name on the U.S. Army dragster accomplishes two strategic goals for us: it provides yet another way for us to show our support for our troops, whom we are equipping daily for the war on terror, while promoting our line of hunting optics to the NHRA fans — many of whom are dedicated hunters,” said Tom Munson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Trijicon. “Last season we entered into a sponsorship agreement with a NASCAR Busch Series team for the same reasons. By expanding our program to include the top team operation in NHRA, we can further reach our target market of hunters, law enforcement and military personnel. Trijicon is now even better equipped to market to those individuals who want to buy the very best, high-quality optics for their firearms.”

    Don Schumacher, President of Don Schumacher Racing said; “I am pleased that Trijicon has joined us as an associate sponsor. Their superior quality products are used by military and law enforcement organizations, as well as by many sportsmen. We look forward to working with Trijicon to further their sales, marketing and promotional goals.”

    Trijicon logos will appear on the US Army Top Fuel dragsters and the US Army Pro Stock Motorcycles. Additionally, Trijicon logos will be displayed on all other Don Schumacher Racing, race vehicles, all show vehicles, transporters, technology trailers and hospitality vehicles.
    Don Schumacher Racing

    Trijicon Announces 2006 GSA Distributors
    Trijicon, Inc., an industry leader in developing Brilliant Aiming Solutions for military, law enforcement, hunting and shooting sports markets, is pleased to announce that it has selected Tactical & Survival Specialties, Inc. (TSSI) and Atlantic Diving Supply (ADS) as the company's 2006 General Services Administration (GSA) suppliers. Both TSSI and ADS will be addressing the needs of GSA contracts by providing the federal government and the military access to the Trijicon product line through GSA orders.

    The GSA helps federal agencies serve the public by offering expert solutions, acquisition services and management policies and contracts with numerous distributors for equipment, supplies and integrated information technology solutions. GSA also provides a diverse selection of supplies for both government and military customers worldwide and offers companies like Trijicon the opportunity to sell a high volume of products and services to federal agencies on a contractual basis. TSSI offers logistic support to special operations forces throughout the world, currently providing access to more than 7,000 national and international product manufacturers. In 2001, the company expanded its services to include a 40,000 square foot facility in Virginia to focus on custom equipment kit development, for partnerships such as their recent contract with the U.S. Coast Guard for Advanced Life Support Aid kits for their vessel boarding crews. ADS, a Special Operational Equipment and logistics solutions provider, supplies operators with the finest state-of-the-art equipment to enhance their safety, improve their quality of life and increase their combat effectiveness. As a Worldwide DLA Prime Vendor, GSA Contract holder and DOD EMall Contract holder, ADS readily supplies all DOD, federal, state and local government agencies with the operational equipment needed to complete their mission at home or in theatre. Trijicon is proud to offer its extensive line of superior fixed gun sights and variable riflescopes with both of these suppliers and looks forward to a long and successful partnership.

    Trijicon Introduces Its Newest Tactical Sighting System
    Trijicon ACOG® Gun Sight combined with the Docter® Optic Red Dot Sight

    Trijicon®, Inc., the world leader in the development of Brilliant Aiming Solutions for the military, law enforcement, and hunting markets is proud to introduce the Trijicon ACOG model TA31DOC.

    During the battles for freedom in Afghanistan and Iraq, a few U.S. Special Operations Forces began modifying Trijicon ACOGs by mounting a small red-dot sight on the top of each ACOG. The results were tremendous! Never before has an optic proven to be so effective for both close-quarter battles (CQB) and long-range lethality. Now, those same results can be yours.

    The TA31DOC combines the technology of the battle-tested Trijicon ACOG (4x32) gun sight with the Docter Optic Red Dot sight.

    The Trijicon ACOG model TA31DOC is an internally adjustable telescopic sight powered by Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology. Its dual-illuminated reticle is designed to hold zero under the most extreme conditions and present a bright aiming point in all lighting conditions — providing excellent long-range precision targeting or even faster short range target selection using the Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC).

    With the field-proven Docter Optic 1x red dot sight mounted on top of the Trijicon ACOG TA31DOC, this innovative sighting system provides the user with lightening fast target acquisition in CQB situations while allowing for excellent situational awareness. “The Docter Optic sight fits the qualities of the ACOG; a high-quality glass lens, a strong aluminum housing, and incredibly fast aiming capabilities.”, says Tom Munson, Director or Sales and Marketing for Trijicon. The overall “point and shoot” characteristics of this Trijicon ACOG all-in-one sighting system ensure that it will be the optic of choice for many tactical shooters.

    The TriPower is Back!!
    After a long hiatus in our engineering lab, the TriPower is finally being shipped. Trijicon has improved the TriPower, which now features a durable body forged in hard-anodized aircraft aluminum alloy, a sleek scope design for maximum field of view, and upgraded lens coatings to enhance reticle brightness and optic clarity. Plus, the eyepiece is designed to allow for future development of flip-cap covers and mounting of adaptors.

    The Trijicon TriPower fills an important role for hunters by providing a quick and bright hunting optic for those fast-moving, close-in shots. In tactical users, it provides clearly visible aiming point for the varied lighting conditions experienced in CQB (close-quarter battle). And for the competitive shooter, the TriPower is ideal for the fast moving shooting event which can present a broad spectrum of lighting..

    Backorders are currently being filled. New order should be shipping in February or March 2006. So order now for the Spring 2006 hunting season..

    Trijicon to Deliver First 104,000 ACOG's to the USMC
    Trijicon, Inc was recently awarded a multi-year contract by the Marine Corps Systems Command of Quantico, Virginia for its Advanced Combat Optical Gunsights (ACOG®). The first large order of 104,000 TA31 Rifle Combat Optic (RCO) ACOG’s was received last month and Trijicon will begin delivering these scopes to the USMC beginning in October of 2005.

    Compatible with the M16 family of weapons, the Trijicon ACOG is a major improvement in combat optics for Marine infantrymen. It will enhance a Marine’s ability to identify and accurately fire upon targets from muzzle to 800 meters, providing increased hit potential in all lighting conditions without the use of batteries.

    The ACOG (called a Rifle Combat Optic by the USMC) incorporates Trijicon’s dual-illuminated, red chevron-shaped reticle and bullet drop compensator. In low light or at night, the chevron is brightly illuminated by tritium; in daylight, a fiber optic system collects ambient light and helps ensure daytime brightness and controlled contrast.

    In addition, it also features Trijicon’s highly advanced Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC), an optical breakthrough that permits a both-eyes-open shooting method that greatly increases hit ratios in fast moving Close Quarter Battle (CQB) scenarios.

    Trijicon is extremely pleased to be supplying the Marine Corps with its exclusive ACOG, and is looking forward to an ongoing productive partnership with them.

    Compact ACOG Chosen for the NLAW Advanced Weapon System
    SAAB Bofors Dynamics have chosen Trijicon® Compact ACOG® as integrated primary sight for its new NLAW advanced one-man weapon system. The Compact ACOG will be used on both the combat and the training weapons systems.

    SAAB Bofors Dynamics' new light antitank weapon, NLAW, was chosen in 2002 for a joint development contract by the British and the Swedish armies. The British army has since placed an order of a mass production series. This first order, worth over $500 million (USD), includes a large number of training units which are part of the training and simulator developed by SAAB Training Systems in Huskvarna, Sweden, as a sub-supplier to SAAB Bofors Dynamics for the UK.

    NLAW is a "fire-and-forget" light anti-armour disposable weapon. NLAW has a guided missile with unsurpassed performance. The missile flies autonomously to the target, independent of distance, target angular speed, wind, temperature, etc., after the soldier has aimed and followed the target for a few seconds. Consequently, the shooter does not need to determine distance or compensate for any of these factors that traditionally required extensive training. The NLAW, equipped with the Compact ACOG 2.5x20, is simpler to use than any other common ballistic systems in the category "short range antitank weapons."

    Trijicon, a world leader in magnified combat optics, has proven its superior quality in multiple military scenarios. In choosing the primary optic for the NLAW system, the Compact ACOG met the seemingly opposing demands for minimum weight and volume while providing the extreme strength needed when mounted on the NLAW. Trijicon met or exceeded all functional tests, including the requirement to have a functional life of over 20 years, without service or change of energy source. In addition, the sight will be zeroed during assembly of the NLAW and will not need to again.

    The development work for the NLAW system was completed in Sweden by SAAB Bofors Dynamics as the prime contractor, working with companies from Sweden, UK, Finland, Switzerland and USA. Final assembly will be done by Thales Air Defence Ltd., in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

    Read more about NLAW at

    SAAB Bofors Dynamics

    Steve Gruber's Wild Life
    In an exclusive partnership with WJR, The Outdoor Channel is bringing their top quality programming to your radio! Steve Gruber, host of multiple programs on The Outdoor Channel television network, hosts "The Wild Life" with Lydia Lohrer. "The Wild Life" brings WJR listeners the most extensive and thorough outdoor radio program available.
    Steve Gruber's Wild Life

    On the Water In the Woods With Cody & Cody
    Trijicon is proud to be sponsoring On the Water In the Woods with Cody & Cody. Their show is a new approach to the outdoors programming format. This new approach will capture the attention of both the young and old alike. 3 main elements make this show different than the rest: the youth of the boys (both 19), the website that interacts viewers wants with the show, and the transitional show format.
    On the Water in the Woods

    100,000 and Counting
    Thanks to your continued support, Trijicon has reached a new milestone. We are manufacturing our 100,000th Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG®) scope in April. To commemorate the unit, we are having the TA31F gold plated and it will be on display at our headquarters in Wixom, Michigan. The ACOG has come a long way since it was first introduced in 1987. Although the original TA01 does not use the Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC) like all the newer models, it is still one of our most popular scopes. The TA11, introduced in 1992, was the first to use BAC. Since then, the Compact line of ACOG scopes, as well as numerous standard-size ACOG scopes, utilizes this technology. Today, we are making more ACOG scopes than ever. So, we are at 100,000 and counting…

    Trijicon Pursues Legal Action Against ACOG Patent Violation
    Trijicon, Inc., the originator and sole marketer of the ACOG® riflescope (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight) has promised to pursue legal action if necessary against New Century Science & Technology, El Monte, California (aka NcSTAR) to prevent that company from marketing a replica of Trijicon’s popular ACOG®. Trijicon served NcSTAR with a cease and desist letter during the 2005 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, where NcSTAR was offering its unauthorized replicas for sale and representing them as “an exact copy of Trijicon’s ACOG® scope”. A Trijicon representative obtained one of the NcSTAR copies during the trade show and it was confirmed by examination that it was, indeed, a virtual duplicate of the ACOG®. NcSTAR agreed to cease distribution of the ACOG® replica was instructed to advise its Chinese supplier to discontinue manufacturing the product. Trijicon will conduct periodic surveillance to ensure NcSTAR upholds its end of the cease and desist agreement.

    “We take great pride in our ability to produce high quality, unique optics”, says Stephen Bindon, President of Trijicon, Inc. “We will vigorously pursue and prosecute any and all infringements of our intellectual properties.”

    The Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight ACOG® was designed by Glyn A. J. Bindon, founder of Trijicon. The company has been awarded a U.S. patent and several international patents on the ACOG®. The company also believes that the distinctive design and appearance of the ACOG® should be protected from duplication under current U.S. trademark laws. Therefore, Trijicon maintains that the Chinese-made clone constituted both Patent Infringement and Product Configuration Infringement, and promised to pursue legal action if New Century Science & Technology, Inc. continues to offer the ACOG® knock-offs for sale.

    The Trijicon ACOG® is in wide use globally by military and police organizations as well as by discriminating sportsmen. Trijicon has issued a cautionary statement to its customers to beware of unauthorized ACOG® replicas which are neither endorsed nor warranted by Trijicon and have not been researched, tested nor manufactured according toTrijicon’s stringent quality control standards.

    The AccuPoint Riflescope on Cable
    Outdoor America with Steve Gruber and the Outfitter with Colorado Buck will both be using Trijicon's AccuPoint on their shows this season. They can be seen on the Outdoor Network. Check your local listing for show times.

    Watch Outdoor America for a special segment on Trijicon. It will include clips filmed in our plant in Wixom, MI. The episode should air late January or early February.

    Marines Name Trijicon ACOG Official Rifle Combat Optic
    The Trijicon ACOG riflescope (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight) has earned the singular distinction of being named the first-ever Rifle Combat Optic (RCO) of the United States Marine Corps. A multi-year contract was awarded to the Michigan-based optics manufacturer in August, 2004. The RCO will be mounted to the M16A2, M16A4, and the M4A1 carbine to enhance the Marines’ ability to identify and accurately fire upon targets from muzzle to 800 meters.

    The TA31RCO will be a slightly modified version of the TA31F 4x ACOG. The Corps currently has approximately 6,000 of those models in service. The new model will incorporate Trijicon’s exclusive dual-illuminated red chevron-shaped reticle and bullet drop compensator. In low light or at night, the chevron is brightly illuminated by tritium; in daylight, a fiber optic system collects ambient light and helps ensure daytime brightness and controlled contrast. The system is totally battery-free. A new Target Reference System will allow a rifleman to quickly and accurately reference the location of a target and communicate that location to fellow Marines. The TA31RCO will also feature Trijicon’s highly advanced Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC), an optical breakthrough that permits a both-eyes-open shooting method that greatly increases hit ratios in fast moving Close Quarter Battle (CQB) scenarios. The TA31RCO will be available for civilian sales at a later date.

    According to Major General J.N. Mattis, Commanding General of the 1st Marine Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom: “The ACOG mounted on the M16 service rifle has proven to be the biggest improvement in lethality for the Marine infantryman since the introduction of the M1 Garand in WWII.”

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  • Trijicon Awarded Major Military Contract by USMC
    Trijicon, Inc, is proud to announce that it has been awarded a 5 year contract for its Advanced Combat Optical Gunsights (ACOG®) from the Marine Corps Systems Command of Quantico, Virginia.

    The USMC refers to the Trijicon ACOG as a Rifle Combat Optic (RCO) and notes that it is the first of its kind, and a major improvement in combat optics for Marine infantrymen. It will enhance a soldier’s ability to identify and engage targets in combat situations at greater ranges, and with increased accuracy over standard iron sights. Compatible with the M16 family of weapons, its purpose is to provide increased hit potential in all lighting conditions without the use of batteries. Trijicon is extremely pleased to have been awarded this prestigious contract, and is looking forward to an ongoing productive partnership with the USMC.

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