Trijicon VCOG Optic

Trijicon VCOG Optic

The Trijicon VCOG optic has a 1-6x24 range and continues the tradition of rugged capability expected from Trijicon. The VCOG has 7 FFP reticle choices.

New from Trijicon for 2014 is its Variable Combat Optical Gunsight, or VCOG, which has a 1-6×24 range and continues the tradition of rugged capability expected from Trijicon. The Trijicon VCOG optic has seven different FFP (first focal plane) reticle choices, functions on a single AA battery for a continuous 700 hours of operation and is rail mounted. The VCOG offers six brightness settings with “off” settings between each brightness setting. The first VCOG model to be introduced will be the 5.56mm 77-grain model, with 7.62mm 175-grain and 300 BLK models to follow. For more information, visit trijicon.com.

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  • reddotsights

    This sight should be more popular than it is. It really works well for any modern battle rifles or carbines. On my blog I’ve done a breakdown of the VCOGs specs and how its features make it pretty robust for military use. Especially in todays modern warfare, a variable optic is crucial for soldiers who are transitioning from CQC to ranged targets mission by mission.