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Thread: Primary Arms 1-6x Gen 3 Scope

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertTheTexan View Post
    Is Trijicon in a partnership with Primary Arms? I was under the impression PA had the patent on the ACSS. Do you know?


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    I just know that Primary Arms offers Trijicon ACOG with the ACSS reticle in both red and green.

    I guess that it is some kind of contact or partnership. It's only available from Primary Arms as far as I know.

    My biggest decision after using the Primary Arms 1-6X scope with the ACSS reticle when I buy the Trijicon ACOG with the ACSS reticle is which color?

    I'm leaning towards the green reticle. But I have had Limited use of green reticles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertTheTexan View Post
    Is Trijicon in a partnership with Primary Arms? I was under the impression PA had the patent on the ACSS. Do you know?


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    Trijicon is licensing the reticle as I understand it. Perhaps there are plans to add it to more Trijicon optics

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    I haven't handled the Primary Arms Gen III scope, but I'm seriously underwhelmed by their 1-6x Gen II with ACSS reticle.

    The glass clarity is poor and the illumination isn't very good. And the glass is smudged on the inside and activating the illumination causes everything to have a red hazy glow. Lastly the illumination flickers with even the slightest touch of the control knob and it isn't reliable.

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    Which Trijicon low power scopes have the ACSS style recticle that includes windage with the BDC?
    I looked and don't really see one.

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    That explains it. I was looking at the Trijicon site and variable power optics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrgunsngear View Post
    Trijicon is licensing the reticle as I understand it. Perhaps there are plans to add it to more Trijicon optics
    Man, I hope they come out with an MRO with the ACSS CQB reticle, that would be sweet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-n-Ky View Post
    I just know that Primary Arms offers Trijicon ACOG with the ACSS reticle in both red and green.

    I guess that it is some kind of contact or partnership. It's only available from Primary Arms as far as I know.

    My biggest decision after using the Primary Arms 1-6X scope with the ACSS reticle when I buy the Trijicon ACOG with the ACSS reticle is which color?

    I'm leaning towards the green reticle. But I have had Limited use of green reticles.
    I do believe green is more daylight friendly. Might be wrong, but that's what my own eyeballs tell me anyway.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 12thman View Post
    Man, I hope they come out with an MRO with the ACSS CQB reticle, that would be sweet!
    Primary arms sells a Holosun with the ACSS reticle, so they are putting them in RDS. Perhaps a MRO is not far away?

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