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Discussion in 'The Basics, Starting Out' started by ebd10, Apr 9, 2008.
Which reticle is the best for long range hunting?
Lot of personal preference on this one. A good portion of the guys here will dial first of all.
My personal favorite is Holland's ART
Holland's also advertises on LRH too.
Mine is the Nightforce NXS MLR or Double Dot Reticle.
Really starting to become partial to the Nightforce NP-R1
I like the leupold TMR. Its a Millradian reticle and there is some debate about having a mil reticle and dialing MOA but I mainly use it for windage. Whatever you choose just learn to use it or it will be just something cool to look at while you miss
I like MP-8 Reticle. I owned before a mildot scope, and i'm wonder how the Hell I did use that type of reticle. It works great but now with MP-8 (new generation of 1/2 mildot hash line) is BETTER.
Lots of view and better holdings.
IORs MP-8 set to MOA instead of 1/2 mill works for me.
I thought MilDots were the greatest, until I found the NightForce NP-R1 Reticle that is...
Holland Reticle for me
I am a big NPR1 fan myself. I find it the most versital and accurate for reticle work.
I used to use the "Army" mil-dot, but have converted to the NP-R1.
SB P4 fine.- <it´s a mil based reticle with 1/2 mil marks - lines instead of dots-and thin enough for LR even in FFP.
IN any case, it depends on what you´ll use the reticle for.-<if you will never hold over or range and just use the scope knobs, a plain duplex will do.