First Marine RCO named.
The Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight The Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (normally abbreviated ACOG) is a commonly used telescopic sight for firearms, particularly carbines and assault rifles, such as the M16 series. ACOGs are manufactured by Trijicon in Wixom, Michigan. (Acog) from Trijicon has been named the Rifle Combat Optic (RCO RCO Remote Communications Outlet
RCO Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
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RCO Royal College of Organists (UK)
RCO Rear Commodore
RCO Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizer ) by the US Marine Corps. This first-ever distinction follows on the heels of a multi-year contract to the company in 2004, which will see the RCO mounted to the M16A2, M16A4 and M4A1 carbine carbine
Light, short-barreled rifle. The first carbines, from the muzzle-loading muskets of the 18th century to the lever-action repeaters of the 19th, were chiefly cavalry weapons or saddle firearms for mounted frontiersmen. . The TA31RCO will be a slightly modified version of the TA31F 4x Acog, 6000 of which the Marines already have in service. The new model features Trijicon's dual-illuminated, red chevron-shaped reticule ret·i·cule
1. A drawstring handbag or purse.
2. A reticle.
[French réticule, from Latin r and bullet drop compensator. The battery-free TA31RCO will also feature Trijicon's Bindon Aiming Concept, the use of which allows users to keep both eyes open during fast-moving Close Quarter Battle scenarios.