Acog refurbishing?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rockstardrnkr, Jul 20, 2012.

  1. rockstardrnkr

    rockstardrnkr
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    Just wondering if anyone knows of a place that services them, refurbishes them. I contacted Trijicon little bit ago to find out if they do.

    Also anyone know how to check the age on them? S/N


    Just got a 4x32 on trade and wanting to know more about them
     
  2. Skang

    Skang
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    Trijicon is the only place to get serviced.

    give them your S/N and they will tell you the manufactured date, also good way to find out if it's real or replica.
     
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  3. Riot

    Riot
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    This...Trijicon is the only place that I know of that services Trijicon parts or lets you know how old it is. You can shoot them a message HERE
     
  4. locobob

    locobob
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    Be prepared for sticker shock... Trijicon ain't cheap, especially if your tritium is dead.
     
  5. rockstardrnkr

    rockstardrnkr
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    Yeah I saw a couple people from a google search that were quoted 250+ but then again said that they did it for nothing. I dont mind paying for my refurbishing. My reticle is nice and bright so shouldnt be a prob, I just wanted to have the scope gone through.

    Thank you riot, I did contact them prior to this thread I just wanted to see if there were any local places. Hell I may just have the scope coated along with my gun.
     
  6. Skang

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    it's because they replace the whole internal parts prisms, glass, fiber optics, adjusters, tritium..... just everything inside.
     
  7. rockstardrnkr

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    Id be ok with that. I like the idea that it was done by the people that make them. Plus peace of mind is worth every penny.
     
  8. oregonshooter

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    I had a NSN used I bought for $650 that had a mushy elevator. They quotes $150-$400 and did the work for free.

    The only place I know besides Trijicon that works on them is JP Rifles when they replace the reticle.
     

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