Originally Posted by 7magcreedmoor
For you guys who are down on FFP scopes blocking the target, I don't know which scope turned you off, but the HSLR I use has center lines that are only 0.15 thick, and open center 0.45 wide, and a dot 0.15 in diameter. Target has to be pretty small to hide behind that. Give it a look, maybe times have changed.
I agree, FFP are good for what they were designed for. But why does Jrock need
a FFP scope? It is designed and marketed so those with the need to estimate distance using a mildot/radian system and can do it at all powers not just the one.
The compromise is that the crosshairs HAVE to be very fine at low mag because at high mag they would be too large.
If jrock needs a scope that performs at ranges from 80 to 400 with a crosshair that allows quick acquisition close up but fine control downrange he is better to sava da money and get a 2ndFP scope.
This is just my opinion and I havnt used all the scopes mentioned.