Originally Posted by curiousaussie
Will it read in meters, and give mRad and 0.1mRad click corrections?
I am surprised that this is the first mention of milradians. For those of us that have fairly expensive, .mil adjustable scopes, it seems we are being ignored. This is in fact a huge market.
I have not heard any discussion of the BR2 being developed for these folks. Would seem as sophisticated as this unit is, a software update to convert MOA to .mil should be simple and inexpensive. In fact, any decent ballistics software program will do this.
Yes, I can convert in the field too, but the whole idea of the BR2 is to not have to do a bunch of other "stuff".
I would almost certainly purchase a BR2 if it would display results in milradians too.
I have yet to hear anything from the manufacturer on their future plans or rationale as to why they are strictly MOA.
Anybody have some insight on this?