Quick question about Leupold B&C reticle
I'm a little confused about the B&C reticle offered in the Leupold scopes. I've read that you need to set the scope at a specific power in order for it to be effective. Since the recticle is on the second focal plane, does that mean that it will change sizes depending on magnification level?
I am also using LoadBase, which has a scope reticle function incorporated into it that will state the yardages for each cross hair mark on a given reticle, such as the B&C, from the external ballistics of a given load. Do these calculated holdover yardages remain constant at any magnification power since it is taking into effect the ballistics of a specific load.
The whole large triangle/small triangle thing and trying to simulate the performance of a given caliber isn't something I want to mess with. I just want to enter my load info into Load Base, and output the reticle chart, so I know what the hold over marks represent.
Fair Chase Hunter