Trijicon has come a long way since it first introduced its ground-breaking ACOG for the M-16 battle rifles. Its journey of optical excellence has been accompanied by snipers, military personnel, law enforcers, and earned it a reputation of being extremely sophisticated and trustworthy. And the success of its self luminous aiming systems, as found in various Trijicon rifle scope reviews, is greatly due to the user’s success on the hunting/ battlefield.
The Trijicon Rifle Scopes are categorically highlighted by Bindon Aiming Concept. Developed by Glyn Bindon, it is an aiming technique that incorporates aiming through a magnified sight and keeping both the eyes open while doing so. This in turn makes the brain superimpose the illuminated reticle of the Trijicon scope on the object/ target. The shooter, instead of aiming with the scope reticle, lets the dominant eye keep the focus and the other eye on the target. This is handy in a number of ways; it calls for more accurate shooting and helps negate problems of centering or acquiring agile targets.
As far as performance is concerned, all Trijicon Scopes excel in their respective capacities and prove to be exceptional. The lineup can be divided into various sections. Some of them are as follows: