Originally Posted by azhash
Just curious bk what do you think the advantages of a adjustable turret scope in hunting are im wanting to start hunting with one and also do some long range target plinking is why i ask.
Bdc reticles rarely fall in hole yard increments and unless it is a ffp reticle will have to be configured at multiple magnification.
Clickable turrets are always going to be the same measurement (.25 moa, .125 moa, .1mill, etc). Good ballistic softwear will allow you to create a range card with your yardages displayed in whatever turret configuration you have or will just tell you how many clicks to make.
I look at it this way.... In general Bdc=fast and accurate.....turrets=slower but more persice.
The individual marksman would have to be diligant to see what system works best for them. Manufacturers level of support varies for bdc reticles. Most companies have a calculator that you can play with on their website to see how well the reticle might work for you.