Re: To zero stop or not to zero stop
What Steve said.
The advantage of the zero stop is the ability to reflexively adjust your shot under pressure, return to zero quickly if in a jam, and get back on track fast. Speed kills. On a scope that has turrets that can turn a bazillion times, I would think it's a very good idea. The other way to do it is have a turret that covers much ground in a couple of turns e.g. S&B double turn or IOR 3-18 FFP (36MOA per turn).
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