Originally Posted by MTBULLET
myself i prefer the hold over method when hunting and target shooting, just used it for so long I guess.
the choice becomes one of personal prefrence in regard to which scope you buy/use. decide what you want to use the rifle for most, then pick the scope that does the job for you. all major mfgs. have great optics, and some will "look better" ie: clearer/sharper to you. ffp and sfp both work very well, so pick the one you like best and learn how to use it.
I agree with your hold over feelings. I was, and still have major tendencies in that direction and will most probably never get over it.
I hold over w/my carry gun out to 880 yards, top of post 5 mils holdover. I would be much more comfortable with an MOA reticle than the Mil one I have.
I'm pretty certain that when and if the pressure is on for a quick second shot with the NF scope that there will be no clicking between.
My goal, however, is to make a complete switch to clicking, but life may not be quite long enough.