Re: Drop Compensation Reticle
If you're talking about a reticle like the Leupold B&C reticle, then they are typically calibrated at the highest magnification and that would be where you would use the reticle compensation/spacing feature. The same is true with the NF NPR2 and NPR1 reticles. They are calibrated at the highest setting although at 11x instead of 22x the moa spacing is double so the R1 would be 1 moa at 22x and the spacing would be 2 moa at 11x
I know you said reticle but in case you're thinking drop compensating turret, in that case all you are using is the center crosshair so, if you have a scope that doesn't change poi by changing power, the poa stays the same no matter the power setting.