Trijicon built it’s reputation with the innovative ACOG
(advanced combat optical sight) used for the M-16 battle rifle. Since
then, Trijicon’s optical excellence has been battle tested by those who
protect and defend us around the globe, rightfully gaining Trijicon the
reputation as having the most sophisticated and dependable optics on the
Bindon, founder of Trijicon, developed the aiming technique now known
as the Bindon Aiming Concept. This method of aiming through a mangified
sight with both eyes open causes the brain to superimpose the
illuminated reticle of a Trijicon scope on the target. During this
process, the shooter does not actually aim with the scope reticle.
Instead, the dominant eye is used to keep the reticle in focus, while
the other eye (with a wider range of vision) is used to focus on the
target and bring it into the sight picture. Once the object is sighted
and on target, the dominant eye takes over, allowing the shooter to put
lead on target.