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any comments on these new scopes from those who have one? also like to hear about the accupoints.
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I just bought a 2.5 - 12 x 42 accupoint. I haven't mounted it yet but I'm really impressed with it. It beats out my VXR in low light by a long shot. Day time I'd put the glass just below my meopta meopro for color amd contrast. I think the resolution is pretty close but things pop a little better with the meopta. The illumination system is awesome. There is some difference between the newer styles of the accupoint so i dont know how the older models are glass wise. I will also say the eye relief is really nice and really forgiving.
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I like them but I have had issues with a couple of the 5-20 green mildot version.  I really like the red post 1-4 that I have.  Would love to have the 2.5-12x42. 
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I have had a 1-4 accupoint for years. Excellent optic. Glads is good illumination is excellent. Holds zero.
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Have a 5-20X50 w/ Amber BAC and a 4-16X50 MOA Dot, both are excellent optics for the money.  I'm not shooting 1K with the 5-20 but, ringing the steel at 500 is child's play which is the longest I have at my range on the hunt club.  The 4-16X50 sits on top of my Sako 85 Finnlight .300WM, it is a great setup for the area and conditions I hunt.  Well, the .300WM may be a bit overkill for the deer but shooting pigs with it is always fun.
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One thing to watch depending on how far you shoot is how much internal adjustment the scope has because the 5-20 does not have enough adjustment for long range. Knowing how you intend to use it might help.
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This is good information. I started shooting again and cannot believe the number of new and new to me scope manufactures there are. I am also finding that some I considered decent now are lower quality optics as costs have been cut. I will try to get my hands on a 5-20.
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Trijicon is introducing a FFP model, the AccuPower 4.5-30X56 FFP.

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Not new to forum. Couldn't retrieve password. Trijicon has used Meopta glass in their Accupoints now for about 2yr.This from Trijicon. You can call them with your serial # and they will tell you if your model has Czech glass or Japanese. I ordered one of the Czech glass Accupoints and I am very impressed !
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