Trijicon to Hold One Millionth ACOG Celebration in October

posted on September 21, 2017

Trijicon will soon produce its one millionth ACOG 4x32 riflescope and, to celebrate, the company is launching its new 24 Days of ACOG Sweepstakes.

For 24 straight days, beginning Oct. 1, 2017, visitors to the commemorative website ( can enter once each day for a chance to win a prize package. On the last day (Oct. 24-25), 24 Days of ACOG will turn into 24 Hours of ACOG, allowing visitors a chance to enter for a Grand Prize drawing once an hour for 24 hours.

All daily winners will be announced during 24 Hours of ACOG, and the Grand Prize winner will be announced on Oct. 26, 2017.

Daily prizes have yet to be announced in full, but the giveaway's website suggests they'll come from companies such as Smith & Wesson, Noveske, SilencerCo and more.

For more information, go to


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