What optics have the ACSS reticle?
|ACSS Reticle Optics|
|TA31-R-AURORA||Trijicon ACOG 4×32 Scope Dual Illuminated Red Chevron ACSS Aurora Reticle|
|TA44-C-400307||Trijicon ACOG 1.5x16S High Compact Scope – Dual Illuminated ACSS CQB-M5 – Green|
|TA44-C-400306||Trijicon ACOG 1.5x16S High Compact Scope – Dual Illuminated ACSS CQB-M5 – Red|
What does ACSS reticle mean?
Advanced Combined Sighting System
ACSS® (Advanced Combined Sighting System) is a giant leap forwards in reticle design that utilizes bullet drop compensation correlated with a range estimation, wind, and leads in one simple to use system.
Where are primary arms scopes made?
All products from Primary Arms Optics® are outsourced from factories in the Asia Pacific. The premium-quality Platinum rifle scopes are sourced from Japan, the entry-level and affordable variants are manufactured in China, while the mid-priced optics are made in the Philippines.
What is ACSS Holosun?
Holosun ACSS Paralow HS503G A small dot used in conjunction with a magnifier fixes that problem, but is slower to acquire in close range snap shooting. The ACSS reticle uses a large chevron that the eye picks up very easily for up close shooting.
What is ACSS HUD DMR?
Reticle – ACSS HUD DMR HUD DMR is the most advanced moving target reticle in the world, giving moving target leads for three different target speeds all the way out to 600 yards, and bullet drop compensation with wind holds all the way out to 1000 yards.
Who invented the ACSS reticle?
“The ACSS Griffin MIL is a pro’s reticle, providing CQB (Close Quarter Battle), mid-range UKD (unknown distances) and exact mil/mil firing solutions hold overs in one system,” says Dimitri Mikroulis, inventor of the ACSS reticle system.
Do I want first or second focal plane?
First focal plane rifle scopes are commonly preferred by long range target shooters. When adjusting magnification on a FFP rifle scope, the reticle your eye sees will change in size, becoming increasingly larger as magnification increases.
What size reticle does the ACSS 300blk have?
The Primary Arms 1-6×24 SFP scope with ACSS 300BLK/7.62×39 reticle is designed for CQB and medium range shooting. The brightness knob to the left side of the tube illuminates the center reticle through 12 brightness settings using the included CR2032 battery.
What is an ACSS reticle?
The ACSS reticle provides quick ranging, wind holds and moving target leads for both 300AAC supersonic and subsonic loads, plus 7.62×39, in an easy to use sighting system at 6x power. This tough scope is waterproof, fog resistant, and covered by the Primary Arms Lifetime Warranty.
How does the ACSS 300blk SFP scope work?
The Primary Arms 1-6×24 SFP scope with ACSS 300BLK/7.62×39 reticle is designed for CQB and medium range shooting. The brightness knob to the left side of the tube illuminates the center reticle through 12 brightness settings using the included CR2032 battery. The second focal plane design gives you quick target acquisition at 1-5x power.
What kind of scope does the primary arms SLX have?
This rifle scope is part of our SLx optics line. SLx optics built our reputation for innovation, reliability and value. All SLx optics undergo rigorous field-testing during development to best serve you in any environment. The Primary Arms 1-6×24 SFP scope with ACSS 300BLK/7.62×39 reticle is designed for CQB and medium range shooting.