Come on guys, 8 inch aim points and pie plates? You make it sound like an FFP reticle will blot out the entire vitals of a deer or antelope and makes precise aiming impossible. Are you sure you guys have used FFP reticles sometime in the 21st century!
I missed kcecbj's post but he is right on.
The Vortex FFP reticle subtends .15 MOA at 100 yards which equates to covering 1.5 inches at 1000 yards.
The Night force SFP NPR1 subtends .06 at 100 yards which equates to covering .63 inches at 100 yards.
So yes, the SFP reticle is more precise but the FFP reticle is far from unusable even on antelope out to 1000 yards. I have a hard time believing that both of you couldn't perfectly center the crosshairs, that only cover 1.5 inches at 1000 yards, on any tasty pronghorn.
Again, I understand you are more precise with your SFP reticle, which the NF NPR1 is just about the thinnest reticle out there otherwise the comparison gets much closer, but let's not go overboard with the FFP dissing!