Trijicon has three new scopes for 2024, with two new Credo 1-10×28 models and a new Tenmile HX 5-25×50 FFP. All three are premium models with high-end features. They also have illumination in both red and green.
Trijicon @ TFB:
Tenmile HX 5-25×50 FFP
The newest Tenmile model has an illuminated MOA reticle in the first focal plane. It has a target elevation turret for dialing in drop and a capped windage turret. This hunting-oriented scope uses a 30mm main tube for easy mounting and has a repositionable throw lever. The reticle illumination has 5 red settings and 5 green settings with off positions between each.
The Credo 1-10×28 has the same illumination system as the Tenmile, with both red and green settings. The reticle has an illuminated center and a segmented outer circle. It has a 34mm main tube and a removable throw lever. As is common for tactical scopes it uses MRAD measurements on the turrets and reticle.
Credo HX 1-10×28
The Credo HX is the hunting version of the above model. It only differs in the reticle and turret graduations, which are in MOA instead of MIL.
From the manufacturer:
The Credo 1-10×28 gives you fully multi-coated, broadband, anti-reflective glass, a 34mm tube and 28mm objective lens for excellent light transmission, true detail and color with zero distortion. The Segmented Circle Enhanced cross-dot reticle features dual red/green user-selectable LED illumination with an “off” in between each setting for fast adjustment to any environment. The Credo 1-10×28 features a durable matte finish and easy-grip controls that deliver fast, intuitive adjustments, while a repositionable magnification lever accommodates different shooting positions and rifle configurations.
All images from Trijicon
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