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From Nightforce - TS-82™ Xtreme Hi-Def™ Spotting Scope

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Only useful FFP.
I agree... that said, I'm an SFP rifle scope guy

... and windage subtensions should be 1 MOA, so NP-R1 or MOAR wouldn't be the best options... need a new one
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    Need a new what?
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    Need a new what?
    They need a new reticle for a spotting scope
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    windage subtensions should be 1 MOA, so NP-R1 or MOAR wouldn't be the best options... need a new one
    MOAR is a 1 moa reticle.

    http://nightforceoptics.com/reticles/MOAR/

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    MOAR is a 1 moa reticle.

    MOAR™ Reticle | Nightforce Optics, Inc.

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    Putting one one my STW!!!!!
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    MOAR is a 1 moa reticle.

    MOAR™ Reticle | Nightforce Optics, Inc.

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    So it is...looks like the ideal candidate for a spotting scope
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    Re: From Nightforce - TS-82™ Xtreme Hi-Def™ Spotting Scope

    After researching the perfect spotter with reticle eyepiece I was just about to spend my money on the Vortex. If nightforce will offer a MOAR reticle or NP-r1 eyepiece I might have to jump on it. If not the vortex is the best option in my opinion. Come on nightforce your spotter would look great next to my NXS!!!
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