FOR THOSE WHO DEFEND FREEDOM. AND THOSE WHO ENJOY IT.
Trijicon has led the industry in the development of superior any-light aiming systems since the company’s founding in 1981. World-renowned for its innovative applications of tritium and advanced fiber-optics, Trijicon manufactures the most advanced riflescopes and sights for hunting and tactical applications--such as the AccuPoint, ACOG, RMR, and REAP-IR. Trijicon’s aiming systems are proven on the range and in the field to make the first shot count. Trijicon is quickly becoming the preferred scope among dedicated hunters, as well as shooting enthusiasts worldwide.
Brands: AccuPoint, Credo HX, Tenmile HX, ACOG, VCOG, MRO, RMR, SRO, Reflex, MGRS, Trijicon Iron Sights including Bright and Tough, HD, HD XR, and Fiber Sights, Thermal Optics including REAP IR, IR HUNTER, IR PATROL and SNIPE-IR
We support SCI because of their passion for conservation and their advocacy for hunting. We also appreciate their dedication to Military Veterans through SCI Foundation programs.
Chuck Wahr, Trijicon Global Vice President Sales & Marketing
Hunt with confidence using the Trijicon AccuPoint 3-9×40 riflescope. Featuring fiber optic and tritium, the AccuPoint delivers a clear sight picture while the illuminated center dot provides low light shooting confidence. The AccuPoint 3-9×40 is made for those times where accuracy and clarity determine the success of your hunt. ItsRead More
Trijicon’s supremely dependable RMR (Ruggedized Miniature Reflex) optic may quite possibly be the perfect non-magnified aiming system for hunters of virtually any discipline. Incredibly durable and weighing a mere 1.2 ounces, the RMR provides hunters with fast and accurate both-eyes-open shooting on platforms from handguns and bird guns to modernRead More
The Trijicon AccuPoint Series has firmly established itself as a Brilliant Aiming Solution for hunters. The 2.5-12.5×42 AccuPoint model is ideal for close to mid-range shots for use in a multitude of big game hunting applications. In any hunting situation, being able to see your reticle is imperative. To ensureRead More