Nickel Boron Plating for ACOG and RMR Optics

Trijicon ACOG boron

Trijicon is now making a number of ACOG and RMR optics with a nickel boron plating for durability and a unique look.  The nickel boron finish is available on the following optics:

  • 4×32 ACOG Nickel Boron Dual-Illuminated .223 Ballistic Chevron Reticle
  • 4×32 ACOG Nickel Boron Dual-Illuminated .223 Ballistic Horseshoe Reticle
  • 4×32 ACOG Nickel Boron Dual-Illuminated .223 Ballistic Crosshair Reticle
  • 3.5×35 ACOG Nickel Boron Dual-Illuminated .223 Ballistic Chevron Reticle
  • 3.5×35 ACOG Nickel Boron Dual-Illuminated .223 Ballistic Horseshoe Reticle
  • 3.5×35 ACOG Nickel Boron Dual-Illuminated .223 Ballistic Crosshair Reticle
  • 3.25 MOA LED Red Dot
  • 7.0 MOA Dual-Illuminated Amber Dot
  • 9.0 MOA Dual-Illuminated Green Dot
  • 12.9 MOA Dual-Illuminated Green Triangle

Trijicon ACOG nickel boron

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  • ak74fan

    yea, because the price on them was too low & they just were not making enough on them.

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      My gunshop had three ACOGS with two in this finish. Price almost $1500.

  • gunslinger

    i’m going to hold out for the diamond encrusted gold edition.

    • JumpIf NotZero

      In Trijicon irony, it’ll be cheaper than the normal version :)

      • MacK

        They will hardly be sold out, that is for sure.

  • Lance

    Pretty VERY pretty!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/george.h.hill George H Hill

    Why is this posted as an “Article”. And is it really news worthy they are taking an overpriced optic that was high tech in the 90′s and simply putting a coating on it?

  • Pepin the Short

    Nickel Boron?

    Finally! My optics can serve dual purpose as a neutron absorber!

  • Nicks87

    Ugh, when are other companys going to start offering “self-illuminated” optics so trijicon finally has some competition and prices start going down?
    I know radioactive material is regulated and requires permits and what-not but why dont Leupold, Ziess, Nikon, etc. start developing some batteryless optics that dont cost an arm and a leg to purchese. Seems like a no-brainer to me.