Originally Posted by Big Sky
xphunter, now that is an interesting reticle. I assume they provide good information for how to use their reticle with the purchase of one of their scopes. What's FFP stand for?
FFP=First Focal Plane
In a second focal plane scope (found in the majority of variables) the subtension (distance between the lines/dots) changes when you change magnification.
In a FFP scope the subtension does not change when you change power. the downside is the reticle gets thicker as you turn the power up. For hunting this is not a negative. For precision shooting at small targets like PD's, I would prefer the thinner reticle in the SFP variables where the reticle thickness remains the same.