Originally Posted by Big_Z
Yea so do we. Yes a acog can function fine in a MOUT envirement but a 68 has better target aquisition simply because it has no zoom.
Well, yes and no.
This is how we use it (TA-31):
You should mount your 31 as far out as eye relief will allow, maybe one notch further, track targets with both eyes open and not looking directly at the target through the optic. When you see the dot over the target, stop and focus, looking through the tube at the target and reticle. Basically, you get the reticle floating like a dot sight while scanning, and you "zoom in" when you stop and look at the target through the reticle.
Most people pick up on it with an hour or two practice. Some take longer, some never can.
This is proven and works.
On the upside you will be able to hit targets in and/or on buildings throughout the AOO.
The 68 has a limited stand off capability for these shots.
Basically, another tool in the box to be able to do this..