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First Look: Trijicon AccuPower Riflescopes

First Look: Trijicon AccuPower Riflescopes

For 2015, Trijicon is introducing an all-new line of sporting riflescopes designed to offer shooters superior optics for applications ranging from big-game hunting to long-range competition.

The Trijicon AccuPower line includes four variable-power models — 1-4x24mm, 2.5-10x56mm, 3-9x40mm and 4-16x50mm — all packed with useful features for the hunter or shooter. Unlike some of Trijicon's other optics, each riflescope in the AccuPower line is powered by a CR2032 battery instead of using fiber optic technology.

Because of this, the scopes in the AccuPower line do not automatically adjust to varying light conditions. Instead, the optics feature 11 adjustable brightness settings, with an "Off" option between each brightness setting.


Trijicon_AccuPower_FLike other Trijicon optics, the new Trijicon AccuPower riflescopes are durably constructed, featuring an all-weather, aircraft-grade aluminum housing. All of the new AccuPower optics are also waterproof to 10 feet and dry-nitrogen filled to eliminate fogging.


The new riflescopes utilize high-quality multicoated lenses for superior clarity and light-gathering capabilities with zero distortion and incorporate a second-focal-plane reticle for more precise aiming at higher magnifications. Each AccuPower scope features a fast-focus eyepiece and easy-to-set adjusters requiring no tools to return the adjusters to zero.

The new AccuPower optics are available with an MOA Crosshair, MIL-Square, Duplex Crosshair or Segmented Circle Crosshair with BDC reticle.

More detailed specifications for each of the new Trijicon AccuPower riflescopes can be found below:

1-4x24mm


  • Focal Plane — Second
  • Eye Relief — 3.5 in., constant

  • Exit Pupil — .60 to .20 in.
  • Field of View — 97.5 to 24.2 ft. @ 100 yds.
  • Adjustments — Quarter MOA per click, .1 mil per click
  • Adjustment Range — 50 MOA total travel, 14.8 mil total travel
  • Parallax Adjustment Range — N/A
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) — 10.2 x 2.6 x 2.2 in.
  • Weight — 16.2 oz.
  • Tube Diameter — 30mm
  • Battery Life — 31 hours at max brightness

2.5-10x56mm

  • Focal Plane — Second
  • Eye Relief — 4.0 in., constant
  • Exit Pupil — .65 to .22 in.
  • Field of View — 37.9 to 10.2 ft. @ 100 yds.
  • Adjustments — Quarter MOA per click, .1 mil per click
  • Adjustment Range — 30 MOA total travel; 8.9 mil total travel
  • Parallax Adjustment Range — N/A
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) — 13.8 x 2.6 x 2.6 in.
  • Weight — 23.6 oz.
  • Tube Diameter — 30mm
  • Battery Life — 31 hours at max brightness

3-9x40mm

  • Focal Plane — Second
  • Eye Relief — 3.7 to 3.5 in.
  • Exit Pupil — .52 to .17 in.
  • Field of View — 35.5 to 11.8 ft. @ 100 yds.
  • Adjustments — Quarter MOA per click, .1 mil per click
  • Adjustment Range — 30 MOA total travel, 8.9 mil total travel
  • Parallax Adjustment Range — N/A
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) — 12.3 x 2.5 x 2.2 in.
  • Weight — 17 oz.
  • Tube Diameter — 1 in.
  • Battery Life — 31 hours at max brightness

4-16x50mm

  • Focal Plane — Second
  • Eye Relief — 3.6 to 3.7 in.
  • Exit Pupil — .37 to .12 in.
  • Field of View — 25.8 to 6.4 ft. @ 100 yds.
  • Adjustments — Quarter MOA per click, .1 mil per click
  • Adjustment Range — 40 MOA total travel, 11.9 mil total travel
  • Parallax Adjustment Range — 10 yards to infinity
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) — 14.2 x 2.5 x 2.5 in.
  • Weight — 23.3 oz.
  • Tube Diameter — 30mm
  • Battery Life — 31 hours at max brightness

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The new Trijicon AccuPower line of sporting riflescopes is designed to be more accessible to shooters, while still offering plenty of utility.
Side view of the AccuPower 3-9x40mm.
Top view of the AccuPower 3-9x40mm.
Side view of the AccuPower 1-4x24mm.
Top view of the AccuPower 1-4x24mm.
Side view of the AccuPower 2.5-10x56mm.
Top view of the AccuPower 2.5-10x56mm.
Side view of the AccuPower 4-16x50mm.
Top view of the AccuPower 4-16x50mm.

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