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25 moa per turn?

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Unread 06-29-2012, 04:02 PM
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25 moa per turn?

Does anybody know of any LR scopes out there that have 25moa per revolution of the turret? And possibly something with a ballistic turret? Something around 5-20x. In the $1000-$2000 range? Thanks!

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    Re: 25 moa per turn?

    If you can bump your budget a little bit, the USO EREK knob can give you 22.5 or 45 MOA with .25 or .5 MOA clicks, respectively. They do have a EREK BDC for the 308. Another of their EREK knobs gives you 11 MIL.
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    Re: 25 moa per turn?

    The latest design IOR scopes with the big top urret have 25 MOA per rev. Good scope, great glass and the MP-8 dot reticle is sweet. I think they come in a 4~14, 3~18 and a 6~24 They are all in your price range.

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    Re: 25 moa per turn?

    Thanks guys, I just check those two out. Pretty nice scopes! I'm not familiar with the IOR scopes. Where do they fall in the spectrum of things I would know? Like nightforce, huskemaw, leupold, zeiss? Do know if IOR or USO offer turrets marked in yardage? Or any other companies that offer them? Thanks again!
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    Re: 25 moa per turn?

    I have owned 3 IOR's and still have one and it is perfect for what I have it on. They fall in right under Nightforce in my book. Some will even say their glass is better. My big thing is I love that Mp-8 reticle.

    Don't know about the marked turrets but I would not use a marked turret past 700 anyway. I would much rather have a MOA and a chart or ballistic program so Baro , altitude and temp could be factored in. The marked turrets are ok, as long as you know their limits. Another tought would be go with a MOA turret and get a G7-BR2 rangefinder that spits out correctd MOA with the distance.

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    Re: 25 moa per turn?

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    Do know if IOR or USO offer turrets marked in yardage?
    I think USO offers custom turrets. Their service is top notch - call and ask.
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    Re: 25 moa per turn?

    i have a March 2.5 - 25x that has 25 moa per turn. not a ballistic turret though. can have one made fairly cheap.
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