The Burris AR-332 is one of my favorite AR15 scopes. It’s a very solid, reliable scope at an affordable cost. Designed specifically for tactical rifles, it gives you just enough magnification for longer range precision while still maintaining fast target acquisition.
The Trijicon ACOG is one of the premier AR15 and tactical rifle scopes. There are three basic categories of Trijicon ACOG scopes; 3×30 TA33 Series, 3.5×35 TA11 Series, and 4×32 TA01 & TA31 Series. While any ACOG is a great scope, anyone considering a purchase needs to fully understand the differences.
The 4×32 ACOGs are compact, lightweight yet have only about 1.5 inches of eye relief (see my Tactical Scope video for more on eye relief). Personally, I prefer the 3.5×35 TA11 ACOGs, but they are a little longer and heavier. If you need an ultra-compact, lightweight scope, the 3×30 TA33 series is the way to go. In this video, I show a TA33G-H which has the Green Horseshoe reticle. The Horseshoe reticle is one of my favorites available for ACOGs, but I prefer the Red illumination.