Re: Quality of different brand mil dot scopes?
I have looked at the Barska but was unsure of the quality of its construction. As far as the reticle getting bigger when zooming the power on a FFP scope, I believe this must happen with all FFP reticles. I don't think the custom reticle would be a good idea as trajectory of the bullet at long range could vary considerably from my home state at 1100 ft altitude to my normal elk hunting spot at 8500 ft. There are a few spots as high as 11,000 ft.
I went to the Schmit-Bender site. I like the lines on the reticle as opposed to dots. I would guess those lines also represent mils? I'm just looking for a fixed reference on the scope that I can use as opposed to using clicks. I'm just afraid I would get mixed up in the heat of the moment with clicks and miss the only opportunity I drove 1100 miles for.
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I seem to have the knack for starting up these big threads. I learn a lot through them. Thanks again guys! Any other scope brands that have mil or moa lines as opposed to dots?
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