Hardware: Trijicon VCOG
Thanks to reviewers and bloggers, and lots of social media chatter, Field Editor Brian McCombie was sure the Trijicon VCOG would be one heavy beast of a scope, bulky, a regular boat anchor. He found those reports to be entirely untrue. Check out his complete review right here.
Hardware: Trijicon HD 8x42
The world is so full of binoculars these days the choices become bewildering, especially since most hunters can’t afford to spend more than $2,000 on a super-binocular. Luckily, the quality of moderately priced binoculars keeps improving, and a good example is the new, made-in-America Trijicon HD 8x42.
10 Things You Didn't Know About Trijicon
Trijicon is already a major player in the hunting industry—and growing with each passing year. Here are 10 things you didn't know about the Michigan-based company.
Review: Trijicon RMR
The Trijicon RMR (Rugged Miniaturized Reflex) Sight is a lightweight, user-friendly LED sight with 1x magnification that makes target acquisition a breeze, yet allows for precise shot placement at further ranges.
Hardware: Trijicon IR-HUNTER Thermal Riflescope
The IR-HUNTER thermal riflescope boasts a 640x480, 12-micron thermal image sensor that delivers exceptional image quality, intuitive turret controls for easy manipulation of menu options and a USB-C connector to allow the use of external battery packs for extended time afield.