Models with dual illuminated reticles also feature Triji-con's Bindon Aiming Concept, or BAC.
What does BAC stand for?
BAC stands for Bindon Aiming Concept
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- Berkeley Art Center (Berkeley, CA)
- Béton Armé Continu (French: Continuously Reinforced Concrete)
- Bicycle Advisory Committee (various locations)
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- Billings Athletic Club
- Binary Asymmetrical Channel
- Bioethics Advisory Committee
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- Biological Agents of Concern
- BiologicalAgents PC
- Biometric Access Control (security)
- Bioremediation Action Committee (EPA)
- Biotechnology Advisory Committee
- Black Alumni Chapter (various organizations)
- Black Alumni Club (various schools)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Acog sights are all magnified sights, however thanks to the Bindon Aiming Concept, named out of Trijicon founder Glyn Bindon, it is possible to employ them with both eyes open, ensuring maximum situational awareness to the warfighter.
It employs the innovative Bindon Aiming Concept (BAG)--a revolutionary both-eyes-open aiming method that provides the shooter with "instinctive" target acquisition and increased hit potential.
The Bindon Aiming Concept is hard to grasp until you actually apply it.
It will also include a new target reference system and Bindon aiming concept.
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.