Trijicon VCOG 1-6x24mm Green Segmented Circle/Crosshair MIL Rifle Scope - VC16-D-1600038
- Series/Collection: VCOG
- Objective Size: 24mm
- Magnification: 1-6x
- Reticle Type: Green Segmented Circle/Crosshair MIL
- Material: Forged Aluminum
- Length: 10.05"
- Width: 2.51"
- Height: 2.73"
- Weight: 23.2 oz
- Includes: (1) TA51 Thumb Screw Mount, (1) Lithium AA Battery, (1) TA56 LensPen, (1) PR15 Trijicon Logo Sticker, (1) Manual, (1) Warranty Card
- Eye Relief: 4"
- Exit Pupil: 0.41" to 0.15"
- Field of View: 18 to 3 deg
- Adjustment Range: Elevation - 26.2 MIL Total Travel, Windage - 26.2 MIL Total Travel, Per Revolution - 8 MIL
The Trijicon 1-6x24 VCOG (variable combat optical gunsight) is a highly rugged, variable magnification riflescope designed for close quarter battle (CQB) and long distance marksmanship. With a forged aircraft-grade 7075-T6 aluminum housing, the VCOG is nearly indestructible. Superior glass provides exceptional clarity and color with zero distortion. The universal segmented circle/MIL reticle is designed for multi-platform use, accommodating multiple calibers, ammunition weights, and barrel lengths. The first focal plane reticle allows sub tensions and drops to remain true at any magnification, allowing the shooter to quickly and accurately apply the correct hold. With ruggedized electronics, the LED reticle is robust enough for any application. Powered by a lithium AA battery (provided), it has 6 user-selectable brightness settings. The green LED boasts a battery life of 1400 hr at setting 4 (constant on), the red LED has a 700 hr battery life. An integrated dial fin allows easy rotation through the magnification range, and a constant eye relief means no head or stock position adjustments are needed. Waterproof to 20 m.
- Bullet drop compensator
LED illumination source
Green day and night reticle color
Bindon aiming concept
95 to 15.9 feet field of view at 100 yd
1 click at 100 m equal to 0.1 MIL adjustment at 100 yd
Green LED - 1400 hr continuous use at brightness setting 4 of 6 battery life
First focal plane