I'm looking at either a Zeiss HD5 5-25 x 50 or Swarovski Z5 5-25 x 52 to put on a beyond 500 yard varmit rig. I don't want to dial in. I like the spacings and pattern of the Rapid Z 800, but I'm thinking it may be too thick for varmits out past 500 yards. The Rapid Z Varmit looks about the right thickness and the spacings are nice and close between the horizontal bars, but runs out of close horizontal bars at around 600 yards (if zeroed in at 300 yards). The Swarovski BRX looks about right for thickness of the lines, but I'm not keen on the dots between the horizontal bars, and would rather they be short horizontal bars. However, the spacing between dots and bars goes up in roughly 50 yard intervals and ends around 800 yards for my trajectory. So I'm leaning towards the BRX. I'm also wondering if the clarity of the HD5 glass is as good as the Z5 glass on the 5-25 Zeiss. Has anyone compared these reticles and scopes for longer distance varmiting?