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Posted: 4/25/2003 9:51:13 PM EST
which scope is better or are they for different roles thinking about getting 1 of these and getting rid of my ta01 nsn what is the reticle like on the us optics
Link Posted: 4/26/2003 7:54:17 PM EST
I've got very little experience with US Optics. However, this is what I believe. The ACOG will be smaller and lighter without giving up anything on durability. I believe the US Optics unit will be powered by batteries, the ACOG is not. Just a couple brief comments. I'd like to hear someone who has used both somethat regularly chime in myself!
Link Posted: 5/4/2003 10:24:32 AM EST
I've seen 2 types of reticles on the SN-4. One is the circle/dot and I have owned the DOE Mk 2 scope. On the DOE, the whole reticle lights up, unlike the NSN on the center part only. I think the battery life is 9 hours on the highest setting. USO blows trijicon away in brightness and clarity. My biggest complaint about the trijicon is that i can't see the reticle unless i wear glasses. All USO scopes have the adjustable diopter.
Link Posted: 5/4/2003 12:29:54 PM EST
smaller lighter and more robuster.... and that is ideal....in a packing rifle optic imo
Link Posted: 5/4/2003 12:30:03 PM EST
Originally Posted By E__WOK: I've seen 2 types of reticles on the SN-4. One is the circle/dot and I have owned the DOE Mk 2 scope. On the DOE, the whole reticle lights up, unlike the NSN on the center part only. I think the battery life is 9 hours on the highest setting. USO blows trijicon away in brightness and clarity. My biggest complaint about the trijicon is that i can't see the reticle unless i wear glasses. All USO scopes have the adjustable diopter.
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I've just bought the USO SN-4 - literally just bought as the scope has not even arrived as yet. (Surprisingly, I found that DOE stood for the Department of Energy.) Also I have a couple of TA-11's so I'm about to find out if all the things I've read and heard about the quality of USO optics are true !!
Link Posted: 5/4/2003 1:28:51 PM EST
Trijicon has been the choice of several military's besides the US special ops, and those are a serious recomendations, plus thru my personel experience says I must concur with. Good shootin, Jack
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