Trijicon Launches Six New Riflescope Categories

posted on January 9, 2020
Trijicon has released six new riflescopes for the tactical, competition, hunting and long-range communities, as well as new models in its AccuPoint line. Chuck Wahr, Global Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Trijicon stated, “We are excited to now expand our riflescope offerings to include an option for every hunter and shooter.”

 

First, is an expansion of Trijicon’s AccuPoint riflescope line. New models include a 3-18x50, 4-16x50, 4-24x50 and 5-20x50 options. Each is available in a variety of reticles, including the new MOA and MRAD Ranging reticles and feature exposed elevation adjusters with zero stop, enhanced reticles with finer subtensions, increased windage and elevation adjustment range, and re-positionable magnification levers. The AccuPoint gives users the ability to extend their range in any light—without the need for batteries. Scopes will be available in either a matte finish with tactical knurling or an all-new satin finish. MSRP: $899 to $1,899

 

Next comes the Huron featuring four different variable power options. Featuring a satin finish, the Huron is available in 1-4x24, 2.5-10x40, 3-9x40 and 3-12x40 variants with either a 30 mm or 1-inch main tube. It offers up to 100 MOA of adjustment and utilizes low-capped, easy-to-use adjusters with ¼-MOA clicks for consistent, snag-free elevation and windage adjustments that keep their zero. MSRP: $650 to $699

 

Trijicon’s Ascent riflescope is ideal for tactical applications and includes a 1-4x24 and 3-12x40 offering with a BDC Target Holds MOA-based reticle. It features low-capped adjusters with ¼-MOA clicks and provides multi-coated broadband anti-reflective glass for light transmission and edge-to-edge clarity. Built on a 30 mm tube and weighing less than 17.8 oz., it works well for any tactical application and comes with a matte finish and tactical knurling for responsive adjustments. MSRP: $650 to $699

 

The Credo and Credo HX riflescopes feature a clear sight picture, illuminated reticles and rugged durability and offer a range of reticle choices, focal plane options and adjuster styles. Geared toward tactical and competitive shooters, Credo is available in nine matte finish models, including 2-10x36 and 2.5-15x42 with first or second-focal-plane reticles including MOA, MRAD or BDC configurations. Featuring user-selectable green or red LED illumination, the Credo tactical riflescope delivers any-light aiming and target acquisition from a durable platform. Credo HX offers rapid both-eyes-open target acquisition in any light and comes in seven variable power scope options and six illuminated reticles. Both models are built with a re-positionable magnification lever and present a clear sight picture from dawn to dusk. MSRP: $799 to $1,799

 

Geared for long-range shooters, the Tenmile riflescope comes with seven different illuminated reticles in MRAD or MOA configurations. Models are available in six variable power scopes from 3-18x44 to 6-24x50. Offering up to 100 MOA or 29 MRAD of adjustment, the Tenmile features an Easy Focus eyepiece accommodating each shooter's prescription. Also in the Tenmile line is the Tenmile HX, which features four green or red illuminated reticles, four variable power choices and provides a clear sight picture in low-light scenarios. MSRP: $1,399 to $2,700

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