Re: U.S. Military Crusader Scopes?
I got the 3-25 from Mudway. It was advertised as FFP, but actually it is a SFP which I prefer for hunting creatures that do not shoot back. Anyway, it seems to be a decent scope for the money. I need to get to the range to check the calibration power of the mil dots and try out the turrents. It has the TDRM illuminated reticle which has 2 different horizontal lines with mildots and also some other scales that I have no idea how to use. I wrote the company to get some instructions about the reticle, but they did not have anything to explain it, go figure. I think it will be useful once I have the time to try it out and record some drops.
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