Re: crosshair thickness of various scopes
I dont have the specific info you are asking for, but bear in mind that you want to know reticle thickness as well as reticle subtension. i.e. how much the center of the crosshair covers at a xx distance.
A thick reticle may subtend 1 cm or 1/10 mil cm or more at 100m; a thin one, 0,3 cm or 0,3/10 mil at 100m.
If it were a first focal <plane reticle, subtension angle is always the same, i.e., 1 at 100, 2 at 200, 5 at 500 and so on,because the reticle varies its thikness as you increase/decrease the power factor in the scope.
If talking about a second focal plane reticles ( as most of the leupolds) the reticle may cover 1/4 moa at 100yds for instance; but at different distance the angle subtension will be different because the reticle thickness remains the same.