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Need some help - How many types of reticles and turrets are there?

 
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Old 08-09-2009, 08:24 PM
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Need some help - How many types of reticles and turrets are there?

I'd like to do a Poll on the different types of reticles and turrets as well as the methods used by long range hunters. I am struggling a little with how to group them so I can post a Poll.

For turrets we have varying amounts of moa per click...or mils.

Some turrets have yards on them....Kenton, Huskemaw, doesn't Leupold have a custom cap, too, now?

Hold-over, reticles, ranging....., etc.

Can you help me with this, my brain is tired.
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