Re: Boone and Crocket reticle range test.
First of all night hunter no one is talking about being scared and afraid to use the click method. It is simply a matter of confidence and what works best for each individual.With my Boone and Crock reticle I have range proven consistent aim points out to 600 yards. In fact I shot 1 shot at each aim point last week from 250 out to 600 yards and all the shots hit the target within a 5" group in the bulls eye.
You can't convince me your clicking method is faster than my hold over method or more accurate out to 600 yards, beyond that I grant you the click method is necessary.
So there is no reason I would choose to use the click method. I have used numerous scopes over the years that the clicks are not repeatable and 4 clicks did not consistenly move the point of impact 1 inch.
Most of them take at least one shot to settle the adjustments, I have used Leupolds, Burris, Sightron, Bushnell, Tasco and Redfield scopes. Including my current scopes which are Sightron II and Leupold vxIII's. None of them would I trust to use the click system with. The closest scope I have personally used that actually moved the point of impact where it said it was moving is my current Sightron SII, but even it sometimes takes a shot to settle, especially when it is really cold. This is my own experience , your mileage may vary.
Blockb, I am not sure what you are asking me about small or large triangles. I just set it on 14x power and sight my rifle dead on in the crosshairs at 250 yards, then I am dead on again at the other aimpoints at 350 500 550 and 600 yards when shooting at 14x power. Frankly I was very pleasantly surprised how dead on all the aim points are for my load.