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    Question trijicon?

    Any you got them on your hunting rifles?I got a burris 1.5-6x40 on my 375 ruger I really like it but it doesnt have enuogh eye relief. Its popped me a couple times. I gotta really hang on to the forearm if I dont want to get nailed. Its hard to shoot good when you gotta death grip your forearm. Im looking into the other burris with more relief or the trijicon has a 1-4 power with good eye relief. Then there is the old standby leopold 1-4 or 1-5 power models. Im curios about the trijicon though.

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    I don't know about that specific model by trijicon. I have a leupold 1.75x6 on my 375 and it has lots of eye relief.

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    We sell a ton of the Trijis for dangerous game rifles.....best bet is to look through one... you will be impressed and they have decent eye releif

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    Default trijicon

    have a 3-9x40 with green mil dot.....hands down best scope i've had on a gun so far.......i'd say just as good as the leupolds & bushnell 4200's i've had quality & low light performance...i don't think you'd be dissapointed

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    Mag Man,

    I have a 1.25-4 [1 inch tube] Trijicon.....too short for most long action rifles especially 375 H&H.....would make you a good deal on it if it will work for you...NIB. A nice clear scope with red triangle post reticle.

    The 1x-4x 30mm hasn't been available and won't be for a few months yet....so they tell me....

    I have a Leupold 1x-4x Matte that has never been used.....for sale.

    Vern

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    the 1-4x30mm has been avaialble since the spring and we get regular shipments of them

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    Default My optic....

    I have the trij acog on my AR and I love it. Its my favorite scope. Clear as a bell and I can pull and drop a coyote really fast. Great glass IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seant View Post
    I don't know about that specific model by trijicon. I have a leupold 1.75x6 on my 375 and it has lots of eye relief.
    +1 That's what I had on my old H&H and it was very forgiving. I never even came close to having a problem. I have a Leupold 2-7 Euro on my .375 Ruger now. I looked into an illuminated reticle or trijicon instead of the conventional duplex, but I decided against it. Illuminateds just mean extra weight on a rifle with good recoil and that isn't a great idea. The trijicons didn't have that great of eye relief and the fov wasn't all that either. It is clear and the red reticle is interesting, but I decided against it. If you compare the trijicon's eye relief or fov to that of the Swarovski Z6 it isn't really comparable, but then neither is the price.

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    We have a lot of Trijocon ACOG's in the Army and they hold up to all the abuse we put them through so I think that says a lot about the brand. As long as I found one I was comfortable with and gave me adequate eye relief I wouldn't think twice about putting it on a hunting rifle. The Leupolds do offer more eye relief than your Burris does. Either way you should be good to go!
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