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Hi all, first post here.... I took this scope in on trade, I know its a Trijicon but I cannot find any info about it on the net.    I have googled for an hour or so and I am trying to find out what model it is.   The elements are very dim and someone took it apart and lost a couple of spring and check balls and I am hoping to see if Trijion can refurbish it.   I would like to be able to tell them what model of scope it is when I call them

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BTW I hope you guys can see that the reticle is a horizontal duplex reticle.   no vertical line in the reticle except for the actual tiny cross in the center.
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Looks like a Trijicon Spectrum. According to Trijicon's site, it was the first tritium-reticle available to the public.

https://www.trijicon.com/na_en/company/history.php 


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Dillon's spot-on, as usual.  Check out this forum post on m4carbine:

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Wow, I was going to post that it is probably fake, glad cooler heads prevailed!

Cool scope,
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That is indeed what it is.   Thank you very much for your help.   Now to find out if they would be willing to service it.

Thanks again!
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

Wow, I was going to post that it is probably fake, glad cooler heads prevailed!

Cool scope,

Thanks!   I wondered if it were a fake also but was told by the company that originally made the scope that if the trijicon elements still had a little life in them that meant they were legit, which means the scope is legit.
Very interesting scope, first one I have ever seen.

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I'll wager the Trij folks can make it right. They have always been top notch to deal with... IMO. 
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Just another day for The Hive! Nice work men! 
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πŸ–•πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸΈπŸΈπŸΈ YEP.
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i think you can find the ID on the papers. did you get it new??
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