With North American deer and big game hunters in mind, Michigan-based Trijicon this month announced new reticle options for scopes in their popular AccuPoint line of optics.
Backed by the company's "Alaska-to-Africa" testing to ensure performance in any climate from -20°F to 140°F, both the 3-18x50 and 4-24x50 AccuPoint models will now be availible with a BAC Triangle Post and Standard Duplex reticles in addition to the standard MOA ranging reticle.
"Designed for use with both traditional bolt-action and modern sporting rifles, the reticle options, optical clarity, rugged construction, and versatile magnification ranges make the AccuPoint the perfect choice whether shots are close or demand long-range precision," said Trijicon in a release.
The 3-18x50 and 4-24x50 models feature exposed elevation adjusters with zero stop, windage and elevation adjustment range, re-positionable magnification levers, and a satin finish. All AccuPoints use a battery-free fiber-optic and tritium illumination system that Trijicon says automatically adjusts the aiming-point brightness to existing lighting conditions.
MSRP on the 3-18x50 is $1,799 while the slightly larger 4-24x50 runs $1,899.