New Long Range AccuPoint Rifle Scope

Trijicon's AccuPoint 5-20x50 Riflescope Allows Shooters Longer Range Shots

Trijicon, Inc., the world leader in Brilliant Aiming Solutions, is introducing its longest-range scope ever in its highly acclaimed, AccuPoint series. The new Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope, like others in the renowned Trijicon AccuPoint line of riflescopes, provides advanced, dual-illumination technology for optimum shooting in any light, with high transitional speed and pinpoint accuracy. Designed primarily for tactical shooters, varmint hunters and law enforcement snipers, Trijicon's AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope allows shooters the ability to extend their range in any light.

Using advanced fiber-optics and tritium aiming point illumination, the new Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope speeds target acquisition and extends available shooting hours. The dual-illumination fiber optic system automatically adjusts aiming-point brightness to existing lighting conditions. This provides shooters with perfect aiming-point illumination and ideal reticle to target contrast. The result is lightning-fast precision aiming in any light for maximum shooting success.

Industry-leading features of the brand new Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope include long range capabilities due to its impressive light-gathering 50mm objective, adjustable parallax and large, easy-to-use external turret adjustment controls. Trijicon's dual illumination system, using a combination of fiber-optics and tritium phosphor technology, provides highly-reliable, battery-free performance. The manual brightness override feature allows hunters to easily adjust the Trijicon aiming point reticle to suit their preferences.

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 is also filled with dry nitrogen to prevent corrosion and eliminate fogging. Featuring the standard duplex and Mil-Dot crosshair reticles, the multi-layer coated lenses yield superior clarity and light gathering capabilities with zero distortion.

Measuring 13.6" long by 3.2" wide and 2.5" high (345 x 82 x 65mm) the Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope offers unparalleled long eye-relief to protect against the high-impact recoil of larger caliber rifles. Add an easy-focus eyepiece to ensure unsurpassed edge-to-edge optical clarity, a solid black matte finish to eliminate game-spooking glare and light reflection, all with a weight of just 26.9 oz. (763 g.), and the Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20x50 riflescope is one of the most feature-packed long-range rifle scopes on today's market.

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