Originally Posted by Don Ward
Our reticle is proprietary. Texan was referring to getting Leupold to offer their own MOA reticle.
Heres what is different between our scope and a regular VX3 Long Range:
We use the tall target elevation turret and a low windage turret since we do wind in the reticle.
1/3 MOA elevation clicks/20 MOA per rotation vs 15.
Our MOA reticle.
Zero stop (does not limit "up" adjustment).
We do the dials in-house and guarantee them accurate with good data provided. They are marked for yardage and 10mph wind in MOA. The dial we ship the scope with is marked in clicks but can be MOA upon request.
Each scope is sprinkled with magic long range pixie dust.
Do you sell the pixie dust seperately, by chance?
Have you guys considered putting your reticle in a M4? If you had that option, I may have bit a year ago vs. going with the NF. There's alot of guys here that want the toughest scopes made, as you know, not to knock the VX3 at all, just saying...
Have you guys considered making and selling as an option an MOA reticle like the NF NPR1? ...another reason I went with NF...but I did not appreciate the weight of the NF. I woulda been very happy, I think, with an M4 with true MOA (by this I mean and NPR1) reticle. I know your reticle is MOA, but there is a 3 MOA gap from the center of the cross hairs to where your rangefinding MOA lines start, is there not? If you stuck (easier said than done, I realize) a couple of 1 MOA hashes in there, I bet you may find a wider market.
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