Trijicon®, Inc. Bolsters LED ACOG® Line with New 3.5×35 Model


Wixom, Mich. (May 20, 2016) – Trijicon®, Inc., global provider of innovative aiming solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, has introduced the 3.5×35 LED Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight to its legendary ACOG® family of products. As a complement to the existing 4×32 LED ACOG, the 3.5×35 provides extended eye relief for increased weapons compatibility.

The LED ACOG is the first to offer user-selectable brightness controls. Users can choose from six adjustable brightness levels with an “off” between each setting. Powered by a single AA battery, the LED ACOG can run for over 12,000 continuous hours. As is customary in the entire ACOG line, the new LED model is forged from rugged 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum, resulting in a nearly indestructible sighting system. With multiple bullet-drop compensating and ranging reticle options, users can select from chevron, horseshoe, and cross-hair reticles in .223, .308 and 300Blk.

Premium, fully multi-coated optics and parallax-free, 3.5 or 4-times magnification combined with precise, 1/2-inch click adjustments assure shot-after-shot accuracy even in adverse conditions. Shockproof and waterproof, the ACOG has long been a favorite optic for military and law enforcement professionals, as well as hunters. The addition of these LED illuminated models continues this tradition with new red and green reticles that provide a clear target picture and allow for rapid target acquisition and precise holdover.

For more information on the LED ACOG® and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon®, Inc. at (248) 960-7700 or visit

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