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New Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 Riflescope

New Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 Riflescope
Variable Power Optic Dialed Perfectly to Meet the Long Range Needs of Varmint Hunters.

Trijicon, Inc. has introduced its longest-range riflescope ever in its highly acclaimed AccuPoint series — the new Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope (TR23). Like others in the renowned Trijicon AccuPoint line of riflescopes, the new Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 provides advanced, dual-illumination technology for optimum long range shooting with pinpoint accuracy in any light.

Designed primarily for varmint hunters and law enforcement snipers, since both applications require precision shot placement from long distances, the new Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope uses Trijicon's advanced fiber-optics and tritium phosphor aiming point illumination. This innovative combination effectively extends available shooting hours without batteries and provide varmint hunters with the aiming edge they need to eliminate any pest.

Trijicon's AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope is one of the most feature-packed long range riflescopes available on today's market, giving varmint hunters better opportunities to spot their targets — from coyotes to prairie dogs.

Measuring 13.6" long by 3.2" wide and 2.5" high (345 x 82 x 65mm), and weighing just 26.9 oz. (763 g.), the scope's body is crafted from rugged, aircraft-quality, hard-anodized aluminum to provide all-weather protection against the toughest elements and is waterproof up to ten feet. The tube, ending with an impressive light-gathering 50mm objective lens, is filled with dry nitrogen to prevent corrosion and eliminate fogging.


Featuring the Standard Duplex and Mil-Dot Crosshair reticles, Trijicon's multi-layer coated lenses yield superior clarity with zero distortion. The added versatility of a manual brightness override adjusts the aiming point reticle to ideally suit current conditions, as well as personal preferences. Other features include an adjustable parallax and large, accessible external turret adjustment knobs for windage and elevation.


For more information on Trijicon's AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope or Trijicon's full line of Brilliant Aiming Solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon, Inc., 49385 Shafer Ave., P.O. Box 930059, Wixom, Michigan 48393. Phone: 248-960-7700

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