Originally Posted by Gray R
Oh I'll be getting the zero stop definitely. I want my equipment as idiot proof as possible. What's the difference with the high speed though?
20 MOA per rotation of the turret. For LR or ELR where you are dialing a lot of elevation this is awesome turret. For example my Leuy has 15 MOA per each rotation. For close in work, let's say sub 800 you don't dial past 1 full turn. But for LR, 1000 plus you will do so. If you need 30 moa the HS turret is easy, roll past 20 to 10 and done. With a 15MOA turret you have to run 2 rotations. If you have 10 then you run 3. It is easy to be distracted out there while hunting so simple and idiot proof is best. I need it too.
It is common for NF guys to have custom turrets made or tape that is set up for the rifle so you can have turret with numbers such 1, 2, 3 etc to 10. Those numbers equal the yards. 8 for example equals 800 yards. This is specific to your ballistics for a given set of elevation and atmosphere conditions. Gunwerks is great place to this in action. It is an awesome turret design actually and makes LR work much less complicated.
Example: range the target at 900 yards actual distance, at 6000 ft, with temps at 40F. You turret is set up for 5000-7000 feet and 50 degrees. You simply twist the turret to 9, aim, squeeze. Done deal. Normal mil or MOA, you need the solution in Mils or MOA to dial the turret, for example 19.5 MOA. You will need to get this solution first and foremost from you drop or computer. Both get you to the target just one is quicker.