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Unread 03-02-2011, 03:32 PM
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Nightforce reticules

I am looking at getting a nightforce NXS 8-32x56 or 5.5-22x56 but can't decide on the reticule
I like the look of the MLR but most people seem to go for the NPR 2 which I also like what would be the pro's and con's of these two reticules.
The gun is a 6mmBR varmint, small deer (roe deer) and informal target gun shooting out to about 750yds.
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    Re: Nightforce reticules

    I just got my first Nightforce NXS and I couldnt be happier. I went with the 5.5-22X56 with a NP-R2 reticle
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    Unread 03-03-2011, 03:32 PM
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    Re: Nightforce reticules

    It really comes down to personal choice. I like the NP-R2. If you like MOA, then get an MOA reticule and turret. if you like mil then get a mil reticule and turret. Don't mix them.

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    Re: Nightforce reticules

    +1 on the NP-R2.
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    Re: Nightforce reticules

    I have the NP-R1. It has 1 MOA spacing lines on the vertical line, and 2 MAO on the horizontal; whereas the NP-R2 has 2 MOA spacing lines on the vertical, and 5 MAO on the horizontal.

    The NP-R1 looks a little "busy" compared to the NP-R2, but it's better for precise long range aiming.

    BTW, there is no "u" in reticle.
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    Re: Nightforce reticules

    I like the NP-R1 with the 1MOA marks on the vertical.
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    Re: Nightforce reticules

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    BTW, there is no "u" in reticle.
    Ya know... my spell checker told me the correct spelling was wrong and gave me the "u" option and I took it while scratching head thinking is that right? Gettin waaay too dependent on technology
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