Originally Posted by CB11WYO
Thanks Broz, so now who offers scopes with FFP reticles?
It is not just the reticle that allows this. It is in the mechanics of the scope and where the reticle is located in the scope.
Many mgf.'s offer the option of FFP. Expect to pay a considerable larger price for FFP's. In some cases on high end scopes up to $1000 or more.
That is all the advice I can honestly give you on them. The FFP's I have tried I hated for my type of shooting and taste and offed them. So there are better people on here to guide you to what you are looking for in FFP's.
One more thing. I would think it would be time well spent to go to a range and find a FFP to look through and sight on targets with before you buy. Make sure to look at the visibility of the crosshairs on lowest power and also how much target they cover on highest power. Maybe locate a shooter from this site that is close to you that would let you look through one and see the functions in real life. That way you will have some first hand info before you spend the $$