This past week, I finally got a Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20×50 that I’d been sitting on mounted on a rifle and was able to take it out and start messing around with it on the range. I shot this scope alongside a completely different scope from Leupold on a completely different gun, just to maximize my range time, so I’m going to do this review in the context of a range report and that focuses on the optics.
So read on for a look at the $1399 Trijicon AccuPoint 5-20X50 with the standard duplex reticle.
Features and Specs Advanced fiber-optics and tritium aiming-point illumination speeds target acquisition and extends available shooting hours Dual-illumination system automatically adjusts aiming-point brightness to existing lighting conditions Manual brightness override allows shooters to easily adjust the reticle to suit their preferences 30mm tube offers a greater range of mounting options Rugged, aircraft-quality, hard-anodized aluminum body offers all-weather protection Unmatched long eye relief protects against the recoil of higher caliber rifles Easy-to-use external turret controls for windage and elevation adjustment Side parallax adjuster for enhanced accuracy at long range Magnification 5x-20x Objective Size (mm) 50 Bullet Drop Compensator No Length (in) 13.6 w/out sunshade
16.6 w/ sunshade
Originally posted on The Firearm Blog