New and used Trijicon ACOG scopes for sale. Trijicon ACOG scopes are compact, telescopic sights with tritium illuminated reticles for use in daytime, low light, or night situations. Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC) models feature bright daytime reticles using fiber optics which collect ambient light. Improve your aiming in all lighting conditions, without worrying about battery life. Clicking the links below will open a new window in your browser with a full description of the Trijicon ACOG for sale on eBay.
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Trijicon ACOG (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight) scopes use a combination of fiber optic and tritium illumination to provide a bright, clear, and easy-to-use sight picture for shooters.
Fiber optics gather ambient light and focus it into the scope's reticle, which helps to illuminate the sight picture during daylight conditions. The reticle itself is etched into the glass of the scope, so it doesn't rely on a separate light source to be visible.
Tritium is a radioactive isotope that emits electrons, which excites phosphorescent materials, causing them to glow. Trijicon ACOG scopes use a small amount of tritium to power the reticle's illumination during low-light or nighttime conditions. This allows the shooter to acquire a target quickly and accurately, even in low-light conditions.
The combination of fiber optics and tritium allows Trijicon ACOG scopes to provide a bright and clear sight picture in a variety of lighting conditions.
The Trijicon ACOG Bindon Aiming Concept (BAC) is a shooting technique that was developed specifically for use with Trijicon ACOG scopes. It was named after Glyn Bindon, the founder of Trijicon, who came up with the concept in the early 1980s.
The BAC technique involves using both eyes open while looking through the ACOG scope. The shooter uses their dominant eye to focus on the reticle, while the non-dominant eye remains open and provides a wide field of view. This allows the shooter to maintain situational awareness while keeping the reticle on target.
The BAC technique is particularly effective at close range, as it allows the shooter to quickly acquire and engage multiple targets. It also helps to reduce eye strain and fatigue during extended shooting sessions, as both eyes are working together.
The Trijicon ACOG scopes are designed to work in conjunction with the BAC technique.