TFB Review: Trijicon Variable Combat Optic Gunsight

This is a guest post by Richard L., who is reviewing his personal VCOG. It is also Richard L.’s first guest post on TFB. We’ve reported on the VCOG when it first hit the market in 2013, and then again with an in-depth look at SHOT 2014

The Trijicon Variable Combat Optic Gunsight (VCOG) line offers a 1-6 power optic built to span the bridge from CQB to medium range targets. Included with the VCOG scope is a thumb screw mount (TA51), one Lithium AA Battery, LENSPEN®, Trijicon logo sticker, Manual, and warranty card.  The VCOG came out in mid-2013 but is still a leading competitor in today’s low variable power optics.  Other models can be purchased with a quick release mount. It is waterproof up to 20 meters and dry nitrogen filled to eliminate fogging.  Also included with the VCOG is a nice protective plastic case with foam cut out inserts. All…

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