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Reticle choice for F Class?opinions please

 
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Old 04-18-2010, 08:51 PM
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Reticle choice for F Class?opinions please

With the use of the 1/2 MOA centres now being used at my shooting club it has become apparent that I will be needing so new glass, so Ive decided on a Nightforce BR 12-42x56 but the jury is still out on reticle choice for it.
I have noticed that the top guys are using the NP-2DD mainly or the CH2 or CH3.

I would like to hear some opinions on this or just what other people here use.

The most common over here is the NPR1 so you can use it to measure the corections required quickly before the wind changes, although I can see the merits of this, I use a ploting chart in front of me to measure/workout my corrections wait for same wind conditions then fire.

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