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'Centre cross MOA reticle'

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Unread 10-10-2005, 03:20 PM
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\'Centre cross MOA reticle\'

How do ya'll fancy this?

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    Unread 10-10-2005, 04:53 PM
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    Re: centre cross mil dot reticle

    JR
    First remember you ask how I like it!!

    First it is in MOA not MILS so as a mil dot reticle it would suck J/K

    Too busy for me personally.
    I like the Nightforce NP2

    But this might work well for you.

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    Unread 10-10-2005, 10:38 PM
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    Re: centre cross mil dot reticle

    that's simplicity next to Horrus Vision
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    Unread 10-11-2005, 08:02 AM
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    Re: centre cross mil dot reticle

    Like the NPR2 myself. BUT, this reticle looks very useful, but would require your shown chart to keep all the measurements straight!!

    definately want to remove "mil" from the title...

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    Unread 10-11-2005, 11:41 AM
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    Re: centre cross mil dot reticle

    Wooopsie!! 'mil dot' was a typo, habit typing, ha...will correct. Centre cross MOA reticle..

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    Unread 10-11-2005, 01:32 PM
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    Re: centre cross mil dot reticle

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    Like the NPR2 myself. BUT, this reticle looks very useful, but would require your shown chart to keep all the measurements straight!!

    definately want to remove "mil" from the title...

    JB

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    Len, thanks a million..

    Jason, I can't take credit for the design, was just asked to put the image up on this site and gather some feedback. Has nothing to do with BB, just helpin out a mate..Any response is welcomed..

    JR
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    Re: centre cross mil dot reticle

    JR thats Jons MOA DOT.. S&B have copies of that at the mo and I'm certain that they will implement it soon.
    I don't see whats busy about it.. its just a gen 2 mildot reticle with hollow dots with the spcings done in MOA or fractions of MOA instead of mils.. the actual numbers and correcpoding position lines aren't part of the reticle.
    I think it would be the dogs gonads for the yards MOA F class boys..
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