Trijicon Announces Upgraded Thermal Riflescope Lines – REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER

    Trijicon Announces Upgraded Thermal Riflescope Lines - REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER

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    Trijicon have announced the introduction of a pair of new thermal imaging systems: REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER. The optics come with various levels of magnification and feature industry-leading 640×480 resolution, 12-micron thermal sensors with 60 Hz frame rates. The REAP and HUNTER also feature USB-C connectors which allow them to be externally powered for extended periods while in the field.

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    Trijicon Announces Upgraded Thermal Riflescope Lines - REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER

    Trijicon REAP-IR 24 (Trijicon)

    Trijicon Announces Upgraded Thermal Riflescope Lines - REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER

    Trijicon IR-Hunter 35 (Trijicon)

    Here’s what Trijicon have to say about the new REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER:

    Trijicon® Inc, manufacturer of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™, is pleased to introduce the latest advancements of the REAP-IR® and IR-HUNTER® line of thermal imaging systems. These new feature-packed models retain Trijicon’s leading image quality, ease of use, and durability while adding functional improvements for more success in the field.

    Packed with upgrades, both the REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermals feature new and improved system controls for faster system response and reduced lag while a new manual focus adjustment for 60mm versions provides improved image quality at all distances.

    A new USB-C connector allows the use of external battery packs for extended time in the field. The main housings are now constructed from forged 7075 Aluminum and feature updated top-loading internal battery compartments for faster access, a slimmer profile and increased durability. The new quick release mounting system featuring Trijicon® Q-LOC™ Technology provides multiple mounting locations with the ability to affix the scope rapidly and reliably in the dark. This feature also decreases sight-in time and rounds fired with “return to zero” repeatability.

    REAP-IR and IR-HUNTER thermals now feature improved reticle choices for instant adaptation to any scenario with today’s most popular chamberings. User-selectable reticle choices include MRAD, MOA, .223 BDC, .308 BDC, and 300BLK BDC options.

    All Trijicon Electro Optics thermal scopes feature industry-leading 640×480 resolution, 12 micron thermal sensors with 60 Hz frame rates and are engineered, machined, and assembled in the United States and tested to MIL-STD 810-G.

    For more information on Trijicon Electro Optics and the complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon®, Inc. at (248) 960-7700 or visit www.trijicon.com

    Trijicon Announces Upgraded Thermal Riflescope Lines - REAP-IR & IR-HUNTER

    Here’s a video for the REAP-IR:

    The REAP-24-3 has 1.2x Base Magnification / 9.6x Combined Magnification and an MSRP of $6,999.00.

    The REAP-35-3 has 1.75x Base Magnification / 14x Combined Magnification and an MSRP of $7,999.00.

    The REAP-60-3 has 3x Base Magnification / 24x Combined Magnification, retails for $9,499.00 (MSRP).

    Here’s a video for the IR-Hunter:

    HUNTER-35-2 has 1.75x Base Magnification / 14x Combined Magnification and retails for $7,499.00 (MSRP).

    The HUNTER-60-2 has 3x Base Magnification / 24x Combined Magnification and an MSRP of $8,999.00.

    The HUNTER-24-2 has 1.2x Base Magnification / 9.6x Combined Magnification and retails for $6,499.00 (MSRP)

    Find out more at www.trijicon.com.

    Matthew Moss

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    TheFirearmBlog.com – Managing Editor
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    Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written several books and for a variety of publications in both the US and UK. He also runs Historical Firearms, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of The Armourer’s Bench, a video series on historically significant small arms.

    Here on TFB he covers product and current military small arms news.

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