Trijicon 4x32 M16 ACOG Scope

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Product Description


The Trijicon ACOG M16 Sight is a 4x32mm telescope sight with a tritium-illuminated reticle. This ACOG scope is calibrated to provide accurate bullet drop compensation for .223 rounds, making this scope a great choice for MSRs and tactical platforms. Military-grade aluminum construction adds strength and durability, while an anti-reflective lens coating increases brightness and clarity. The ACOG M16 scope uses a Bindon Aiming Concept to provide rapid target acquisition in all light conditions. Durable, reliable, and accurate, the Trijicon ACOG M16 Sight combines precise marksmanship with close-quarters speed to deliver an incredibly reliable scope that performs no matter the conditions.


  • Made in the USA
  • Waterproof to 100 ft.
  • Military-grade aluminum alloy housing
  • Bullet Drop Compensator calibrated for .223 rounds
  • Bindon Aiming Concept allows use in all light conditions
  • Anti-reflective coating lenses increase clarity and brightness
  • Tritium phosphor lamp illuminates reticle for fast target acquisition
  • Trijicon fiber optics automatically adjust brightness and contrast of reticle
  • Model #: 100228
  • Magnification: 4x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 32mm
  • Length: 7.3 in.
  • Weight: 16.2 oz.
  • Calibration: .223
  • Eye Relief: 1.5 in.
  • Reticle Color: Red or Green
  • Field of View: 36.8 ft./100 yds.
  • Illumination Source: Fiber optics and Tritium
  • Reticle Pattern: Chevron w/ Target Reference System

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Rated 5 out of 5
ACOG is eternal.
Red reticle, TA31RCO-M150CP model: good for all ARs but according to Trijicon "...designed for the US Army's M4 weapon system (14.5" barrel)". The lens-caps, and kill-flash are removable, and it has the little wings you can attach an RMR to. It has a cage code (the more-common TA31F has different writing on the side compared to this one). I took the plunge on this legacy gem because I never want to buy another expensive optic again, and I expect this scope to last a lifetime. It's built to. So, is it worth it? Are you worth it?
July 24, 2021
2 months ago