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For sale is a Trijicon Accupower 3-9x40, with red mil-square crosshair. Only removed from the box for pics, never mounted or anything. Purchased it awhile back but never found a use for it. In perfect shape. $460 shipped. Only trade interests are optics related (Aimpoint, Trijicon, Leupold)




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I believe this is the one with the bullet drop dots. If so, can you post a better picture of the reticle. Im pretty interested. --- James in Denver


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I believe this is the one with the bullet drop dots. If so, can you post a better picture of the reticle. Im pretty interested. --- James in Denver


Its very difficult to get a good picture of the reticle with my crappy iphone camera, and I dont have anything better than that to use. Ill email you what I have.
 
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James, if this model description is correct from the OP, this one have the “2 Dots”, with one bullet drop. Another model have the 4 Dots (3
Bullet Drops). I just purchased the Single Dot and researched the different model numbers.

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EOtech EXPS 2-2


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James, if this model description is correct from the OP, this one have the “2 Dots”, with one bullet drop. Another model have the 4 Dots (3
Bullet Drops). I just purchased the Single Dot and researched the different model numbers.

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EOtech EXPS 2-2


You’re correct, it does have 2 dots.
 
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I really wanted the 4 dot model. I think that's the 3-2? What I read though, the 3-2 was just the NV version of the 2-2. Maybe it was the older models that had the 4 dots?

Anyway, let me think about it. I like the idea of being able to have the other dot (or dots) to know bullet impact for different close-in ranges (this would go on a 11.5" pistol, close-in only, not long range).

I'll think about it and let you know.

James

PS I did get your pictures, and yep, it's hard to see anything Smile


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James, here is the code for Eotech with 4 dots. “3” is the NV model. “2” is the non-NV model.

3-4 - NV model with 4 dots
2-4 - non-NV model with 4 dots.


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I really wanted the 4 dot model. I think that's the 3-2? What I read though, the 3-2 was just the NV version of the 2-2. Maybe it was the older models that had the 4 dots?

Anyway, let me think about it. I like the idea of being able to have the other dot (or dots) to know bullet impact for different close-in ranges (this would go on a 11.5" pistol, close-in only, not long range).

I'll think about it and let you know.

James

PS I did get your pictures, and yep, it's hard to see anything Smile


The 3 prefix are the NV models and the 2 denotes the non-NV models. I have the EXPS 3-4, which is NV with the 4 holdover dots. The -0 are the standard model and the -2 are the two dot models. Also the “E” in EXPS denotes the integrated QD mount (which is absolute co-witness height). The XPS has the regular base.

If I hadn’t bought two Steiner R1X’s this month I’d love to snatch this up!


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Bump- new optic for sale
 
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