An introduction to the Trijicon VCOG 1-6×24 variable powered riflescope at the NASGW Annual Meeting.

Last week at the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers Annual Meeting, we had the opportunity to check out many of the new products destined for release in 2014. Among them, the much anticipated Trijicon VCOG 1-6×24, which immediately captured our attention. VCOG stands for Variable Combat Optical Gunsight, and this year’s VCOG release is geared to exploit Trijicon’s commitment to innovation and engineering expertise.

The Trijicon VCOG (Variable Combat Optical Gunsight) is a rugged variable powered riflescope with an LED illuminated first focal plane BDC reticle. The VCOG is designed for extreme durability and features superior glass quality. The magnification range accommodates CQB and long distance marksmanship. The VCOG is a MIL-spec grade optic, robust enough for any application.

Expect to see the Trijicon VCOG in early 2014 at SHOT Show as well as on dealer shelves. MSRP is expected to be just over $2,000. Learn more about the Trijicon VCOG at


  1. As usual, to pricey for me! I’ll stick with my Mueller Speed Dot, it’s quality on a blue collar budget.

    • Just ordered the MSD a few days ago, should be here today. Can’t say I’ve read anything I’ve about it. You like yours? Any negatives about it?

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