Re: For you MK 4 guys.
Bullet drop compensating turrets have been around for decades. It has just now gotten to be popular, or a fad whatever you wanna call it. The Leupold CDS is just the same system as on the original 10x Ultras the Army has issued since 1988, just without the covers (I believe). Ours don't match the rounds we were issued, they have changed since the system was designed. However, the turrets are faster to me as well. You just gotta know the different adjustments. Just going off my memory and not looking at my data book, I know that under certain conditions my drop at 900 is 8+2. Turn to 8 then two more clicks (moa). The problem with this is that if you are using a ballistic calculator like Exbal, it doesn't facilitate for BDC turrets (none that I know of). There may be a system I don't know about. Maybe Gunwerks does? We just have to keep detailed written data for different conditions. The 3.5-10 Leupolds we run on the M110 have both a BDC and MOA markings, but it is mass produced and may not match 100% with that particular weapon. I like this idea if it matched that particular rifle and out then only out to medium ranges. Then you have the best of both worlds.
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