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trijicon #8008633 10/13/20 08:23 PM
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Bought a used acog and don't know how to tell if its calibrated for .226 or 308. Thanks for any help

Re: trijicon [Re: Joelk54] #8008726 10/13/20 09:27 PM
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Here you go. Just look for your model number.

https://www.at3tactical.com/pages/trjicon-acog-comparison-chart


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It doesn't really matter unless you are using the same ammo and same barrel length (for velocity control). Otherwise, both will be close with other ammo of different weights.


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thanks!!!

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