Re: First focal plane or Second focal plane?
I enjoy the topic of scopes. Just a plain ole mill dot for me. B.D.C. needs the bullet bc and velocity tailored to work with the scope. m.o.a. is too much thinking. A milli radian is always 1/1000th the distance to the target no matter what your shooting, even a sling shot. mill is extremely good for measuring distances as well, if you know the approximate size of your target you know the distance to your target, with very little practice you will learn to instantly use those dots for hold-over and never once mess around twisting knobs on your scope (but it sure looks cool, those big ole knobs sticking way out and and readjusting themselves on every branch you walk by and don't forget to twist em back every time you use them).