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The legendary Trijicon ACOG the advanced combat optical gunsight it's been around since 1987 you know really I I can't believe that I wanted one for a number of years when I bought this one in 1999 and I was I'd been really wanting one I just happened to have I think at that time it was around 850 dollars these sights now are about 1100 to 1200 dollars and we're gonna talk a little bit about the Trijicon ACOG and why this is my favorite combat scope they are expensive and there's good reasons for that these are not extravagantly expensive it's just that it costs this much to produce such a fine optic and they've proven themselves over and over on the battlefield with the US military in fact there are over a half-million a cogs that have been produced and that was in 2009 and they're just as popular now as they ever have been even at the price now they go all the way from one and a half power all the way to six power and they will accommodate mainly the 223 or 556 rifles but they do make a 308 version it is a dual elimination technology especially with the fiber optics with the tritium field piece that's inside there's a small tritium insert that lights up the reticle and then they're edged reticles and then on this NSN model there's also these backup sights right here which I really like and the front post is a tritium bead so there's so many different options there's so many different types the most common is the 4 by 32 this size right here the three and a half power there's some reasons that I went with this that we're going to talk about in a little bit but these scopes right now run from anywhere from eleven hundred dollars to thirty seven hundred dollars for an optic and I know some of you guys are you know saying well I'm gonna buy this buy that you know I understand that and as many rifles as I have I can only outfit just a couple as you've seen here and there was a 14-year break in between buying these two but one of the things that you need to consider is if you really can afford one I would highly recommend it you know I've had this one for 14 years I am getting ready to send it back to Trijicon because the tritium is starting to really fade and then I can go another 14 years without any problems now the unusual effect of the aluminum housing it's very molded like very space-age and it's very appealing it looks like a optic made for combat and it is now if you'll notice the TA 11h is a lot longer even though it's just a three and a half magnification whereas the TA oh one NSN which is a four magnification by 32 this is a 35 objective one of the big things and one of the complaints about the standard ACOG is the eye relief the eye relief on the regular 4 by 32 is only an inch and a half so you've got an eye relief about this far out which means you have to really get your face up to the optic and to bring the optic way back they did extend the eye relief almost an inch to two point four inches so you're gonna have a longer eye relief...