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#5516227 - 01/02/15 07:45 PM Trijicon Triangle dimensions/details
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Registered: 06/24/09
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Loc: Houston
Calling all Trijicon experts, especially those who used on in the military,

I am looking for information on the triangle reticle. We now have the accupoint 1-4x24. I'd like to know what the dimensions of the triangle expressed in either mil-rad or moa.

Also, any hints on how to sight in the scope? Meaning, not exactly how to do it but what overall set up or distance works best. I thought I heard from someone once that the rifle should be sighted in at 50 meters which is the same as 300m.

any and all comments are welcome.

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#5516250 - 01/02/15 07:56 PM Re: Trijicon Triangle dimensions/details [Re: Korean Redneck]
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Set up a yard stick, or a bolder Sharpie drawn graph, at 100 yards and look at it through the optic. Take a measurement, then convert it to Mil (3.6" @ 100 yards) or MOA.

With a 2" sight offset, a 50 yard zero is almost exactly a 200 yard zero. But sight offset has to be factored to get it right.
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#5517719 - 01/03/15 06:25 PM Re: Trijicon Triangle dimensions/details [Re: Korean Redneck]
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I can tell you that the 1-4 Accupoint triangle point zero'd @100 yards will hit dead nuts at 300 yards using the bottom of the triangle with 77 grain match kings. Which I calculate at 1.3 MRAD or 4.4 MOA...

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