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Trijicon 1-8x28 VCOG Red MOA Crosshair/Dot 0.25 MOA Reticle FFP Rifle Scope - VC18C2400013
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Trijicon 1-8x28 VCOG Red MOA Crosshair/Dot 0.25 MOA Reticle FFP Rifle Scope - VC18C2400013

Regular Price $2,721.99 Special Price $2,075.99
SKU 516551637859
Model Number VC18C2400013
Brand Trijicon
UPC 719307617131
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Product Details


  • Virtually indestructible and tested to MILSTD810G
  • VCOG 18x28 Chosen as the U.S. Marine Corps Squad Common Optic (SCO
  • Multicoated lenses provide superior clarity and lightgathering capabilities with zero distortion
  • First focal plane reticle to rapidly acquire target and apply correct hold
  • Integrated Mounting adapter provides quick and easy Mounting to any rail system
  • Adjustable Brightness Settings
  • Waterproof to 20m/66 ft
  • Easily Mounts to Firearms with Standard Picatinny Rail


The Trijicon VCOG (Variable Combat Optical Gunsight) is a highly rugged, illuminated, variable magnification riflescope designed for close-quarter battle (CQB) and long-distance marksmanship. Known for its nearly indestructible design, first focal plane reticle and outstanding glass quality, the VCOG is trusted by the U.S. Military, law enforcement, and 3-Gun competitors to take a beating and maintain zero.


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