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Trijicon AccuPoint 4-16x50 SFP Riflescope w/ Red Triangle Post Reticle
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Trijicon AccuPoint 4-16x50 SFP Riflescope w/ Red Triangle Post Reticle - TR31-C-200143

SKU 804388
Brand Trijicon
Model Number TR31-C-200143
UPC 719307403710
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Product Details


Make: Trijicon
Model: AccuPoint 4-16x50 SFP Riflescope
Length x Width x Height: 14.4 in x 2.9 in x 2.4 in
Weight: 26.8 oz. (759.77g)
Magnification: 4-16x
Objective Size: 50mm
Tube Size: 30mm
Reticle Pattern: BAC Triangle Post
Day Reticle Color: Red
Focal Plane: Second
Illumination Source: Tritium / Fiber Optic
Power Source: Tritium / Fiber Optic
Adjustment: 1/4 MOA per click
Adjustment Range: 70 MOA Total Travel
Eye Relief: 3.1 in. - 3.8 in. (78.74mm - 96.52mm)
Exit Pupil: 0.33 in. - 0.12 in. (8.38mm - 3.05mm)
Field of View (degrees): 5.43° - 1.36°
Field of View (feet): 28.5 ft. - 7.1 ft. @ 100 yds. (9.5 - 2.37m @ 100m)
Housing Material: 6061 Aircraft Grade Aluminum
Finish: Satin Black


Expect performance without compromise from the Trijicon AccuPoint® 4-16x50 riflescope. With a choice of MRAD Ranging or MOA Ranging reticles, and available in either matte or satin finishes, this model offers battery-free illumination; generous windage and elevation total travel; rugged reliability; and edge-to-edge clarity. Choose either capped or exposed elevation adjusters to suit your needs.


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