Re: NIKON 2.5-10 TACTICAL
Any idea why they went w/ 10MOA per revolution of the turret instead of the (more) standard 15 MOA (unless I'm mistaken here)? I thought long range scopes generally used that value (15MOA/rev), though my Weaver V16 uses 12 (one could argue whether it is a 'long' range scope), and Sightron for some god-forsaken reason uses 7.5 MOA, and doesn't have hash marks on the last half-minute! Grrr!!! Pretty damn annoying when trying to keep track of minutes of elevation/windage. Otherwise nice enough scope in its own right.