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jhargiss
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Posted: 2/22/2012 10:12:35 PM
Anything wrong with using a ACOG? Don't see many using one. Is it just the price? I'm thinking the 4x32 . What's your thoughts.
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Posted: 2/22/2012 10:16:47 PM
4x might be kind of slow on the short range stages. You could always run offset irons though.
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Posted: 2/22/2012 10:30:45 PM
ta11. more forgiving eye relief
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Posted: 2/23/2012 1:45:02 AM
Originally Posted By jhargiss:
Anything wrong with using a ACOG? Don't see many using one. Is it just the price? I'm thinking the 4x32 . What's your thoughts.


Nothing wrong with it but I have seen a lot of shooters struggle with them on hoser stages. You need a lot of trigger time on one to get used to shooting both eyes open with one eye being 4x or 3.5x. The TA 11 is the best overall and the TA 33 is great if you want a more compact optic.
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