Originally Posted by Jon A
That looks pretty nice, Len. One question about the click value--it's labeled as both 1/3 MOA and .36" at 100 yds. Since 1/3 MOA is only .349" at 100 yds only one can be correct.
The turret labeling looks like many scopes with "centimeter clicks" and since .36" @ 100 yds is actually .1 Mil it's probably a safe guess that's what they are and they merely rounded it off to 1/3 MOA to make sense for those whose eyes glaze over when they hear the term "Mil."
Don't get me wrong, I think that's about the perfect click value for what we do--not too big, not too small--and of course works really well with Mil reticles, but the exact value should probably be clarified. One turn is either 20 MOA or 20.63 MOA (6 Mils), it can't be both. I know it may sound nit-picky, but it's enough to add up on really long shots. Send one out to me and I'd be happy to measure!
Very astute and also 'interestin', Jon. I am looking at/for a scope, for out to (perhaps.....on a rare occasion) 2000 yards, and wonder how the Huskemaw will do?
Also, I have not heard any words about how 'sturdy'/tough it migh be built. Anybody with long term experience?
Compared to Nightforce, S&B, USO? I don't want to reinvent the wheel, so am looking to your experienced ones.....