Not all of the Trijicon optics work for every situation, if they did there would only be one Trijicon ACOG. I remember the first time I saw these bad boys and I was blow away at how cool they were too look through. Seeing a scope with bullet comp was not that common and really just finding a scope that could hold up to a semi-auto military style rifle was hard and I mostly saw hunting optics like Leupold rifle scopes for guys trying to target shoot. It was not very common in the 1980s and 1990s to see rifle scopes on AR15s.
If I had all of the money in the world I’d probable own everything that Trijicon has out, but I’m not so I have to be very selective on what I buy because if the bullet comp or the reticle does not suit my needs then it was a waste of money. I have been and always will be an LWRC Fan and I have several Trijicon TA01NSN on my primary LWRC M6A2. I have recently purchased a suppressor and I will be looking into getting an LWRC M6A5 when they become available. As far as I know the only difference between the LWRC M6A5 and it’s predecessor is the gas selector is a 2 position and not a 4.