- Apr 16, 2004
- Toledo, Ohio
Hi, I'm new to the forum and like to say hi to everyone and I have a question on a scope I saw last night on the Outdoor Channel, it was John Burns in Best of the West and he putting on a shooting clinic where he shot at three targets that were about 14" high with a ballon tied to each and they were set a 175 yds, 350 yds, and 625 yds., or close to those yards, well his friend with his laser finer just read off the distance and John justs dials in the elevation knob which only had graduations like 1, then a mark for 150 and then 2, then a mark for 250, etc. He just dial in what ever distance and took the shot. The scope look like a mil-dot, but it also had three lines going across. Can anyone tell me what kind of scope this is, I would like to get one. I'm used to seeing a bunch of graduations on the windage and elevation knobs which usually represent 1/4", 1/8", etc. This was really slick. Thanks for your help.