even the nightforce np r1 is way more complicated than it needs to be, DIALING FOR ELEVATION AND HOLDING OFF FOR WIND is the way to go, even for tactical shooters, I am somewhat surprised there is such demand for these crazy reticles. then again alot of tactical market is monkey see monkey do and more about looks than how well it functions.
the horus reticle doesn't make a whole lot of sense, if you have a scope with some easy to use target turrets.
all we need is a duplex reticle with MOA wind hold offs, thats it, its that simple fineatto. the huskemaw
reticle is the one I think of as being perfect, as it offers some ranging abilities but isn't near as cluttered as the graybull scope.
leupold does offer m5 adjustments in some scopes which is .1 mil which is almost 1/3moa.
if you have a good turret setup you don't need ANY marks on the vertical crosshairs. I am still trying to figure out why there are marks on the crosshairs on the top vertical wire. I also think a FFP reticle would be best as well.