New for 2014, Trijicon has unveiled the new Variable Combat Optical Gunsight, or VCOG. They are also offering Cerakote coating on a number of their optics. Scroll down to watch a video showcasing these new products.

The Trijicon VCOG is a variable powered riflescope with a Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC). It has a 1-6x24mm range and works with one AA battery which will provide roughly 700 hours of illumination. Additionally, the VCOG has a field of view of 95 – 15.9 ft. at 100 yards (31.7 – 5.3m @ 100m) and elevation adjustment in 1/2 in./click increments at 100 m.

Additionally, Trijicon has made available Sniper Gray, OD Green and Flat Dark Earth (FDE) cerakote finishes on select ACOG, Reflex and RMR models. Cerakote is a ceramic-based finish which can be applied on metal, plastic, polymer and wood surfaces.

Specifications: TRIJICON VCOG
Magnification: 1 – 6x
Objective Lens: 24mm
Focal Plane: First
Eye Relief: 4 in. Constant (1101.6mm)
Exit Pupil: 0.41 – 0.15 in. (10.4 – 3.8mm)
Field of View (Degrees): 18.0 – 3.0°
Field of View: 95 – 15.9 ft. @ 100 yds. (31.7 – 5.3m @ 100m)
Adjustments: 1 click @ 100m = 1/2 in.
Adjustment Range: Elevation 90 MOA total travel (35 MOA per revolution), Windage: 90 MOA total travel (35 MOA per revolution)
Dimensions (LxWxH): 10.05 x 2.51 x 2.73 in. (255 x 64 x 69mm)
Weight: 23.2 oz. (w/o mount or battery) (657.7g)
Illumination Source: LED Powered by a Single Lithium or Alkaline AA Battery
Battery Life: 700 hrs. (continuous use at brightness setting 4 of 6 with lithium battery)
Brightness Settings: 6
Twilight Factor: 12

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