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TA648-308H

Item ID: TA648-308H

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ACOG 6x48 Scope, Dual Illuminated Red Horseshoe .308 Ballistic Reticle with TA75 Mount and M1913 Rail

The military’s need for a magnified, self-luminous tactical sight that enhances target identification and increases hit probability on extended-range shots has given rise to the new Trijicon ACOG® 6x48. Powered by Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology, the new TA648-308H ACOG® reticle features a red dot aiming point circled by a black "horseshoe." It also incorporates a bullet drop compensator (BDC) with additional aiming points estimated for trajectory of the 7.62mm M80 out to 1200 meters. To further improve target acquisition and hit potential, the new ACOG® 6x48 incorporates Trijicon’s Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC) – a revolutionary both-eyes-open method of aiming. Like other members of the Trijicon ACOG® line, the new ACOG® 6x48 is battery free and waterproof to 500 feet.

 

The TA648-308H also includes:

1 Picatinny Rail Adapter (TA75)

1 LENSPEN® (TA56)

1 Trijicon Logo Sticker (PR15)

1 Manual

1 Warranty Card

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