First Marine RCO Named

February 2005
Armada International;Feb/Mar2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p52
Reports on the naming of the Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight from Trijicon as Rifle Combat Optic (RCO) by the U.S. Marine Corps. Number of TA31RCO that the Marines already have in service; Features of the TA31RCO.


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