Primary Arms 3-18x 308 ACSS

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  1. MadMardigan

    MadMardigan Antagonist

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    I’m really interested in this scope, it’s looking to be the best best for my 308 Bergara, not having to dial, but being able to dial if wanted.

    Anyone use it?
     
  2. Michael Branson

    Michael Branson New Member

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    If you have any technical questions about it feel free to email me at mbranson@primaryarms.com, I write the user manuals for these so I know them inside and out. Of course I'm going to be a huge fan, I'm biased as hell. LOL

    You'll have a hard time finding a lot of people with rounds fired through them at this point, the HUD DMR .308 version has been out about a month and the HUD DMR 5.56 only came into stock last week. Countrymash on YouTube has some good videos of how to range and engage with his, and doing a turret tracking test.



     
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    Zbizzle911 Charter Freedom Lover Charter Member Supporting Member

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    Is this the same scope as the 6.5 apollo ACSS 3-18 ? I am looking at getting a 6.5 and I like the features of it. Just wondering if they are the same other than reticle? Seems to track well and everything
     
  4. Michael Branson

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    @Zbizzle911 Yes, we are actually releasing a total of six reticles in the exact same scope body.

    ACSS HUD DMR .308 -- Moving targets / BDC for .308 and some heavy bullet .223 Rem loads
    ACSS HUD DMR 5.56 -- Moving targets / BDC for 5.56 NATO mil-spec loadings
    ACSS Apollo -- Dedicated 6.5 CM with BDC out to 1000 yards
    Athena -- MIL / MRAD grid reticle
    R-Grid 2B -- Athena with the center section replaced with a horseshoe and chevron
    Hera -- MOA grid reticle

    The only difference is the reticle. They are making them in runs of one reticle at a time, so far we have HUD DMR .308 and 5.56, with "Apollo Creed" available for pre-order here: https://www.primaryarms.com/pa-3-18x50mm-illuminated-ffp-rifle-scope-with-acss-apollo-6-5cm-reticle
     
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