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Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by CS T, Jan 27, 2010.
I don't know if you guys have seen this, but here it it...
Leupold Launches Tactical Optics Division
That's good news. Now if they would just offer an MOA reticle....
Mike, do you know if Leupold is doing any changes to their Mark 4 line?
I believe most people using a Mil reticle are doing so because that is what's mostly available. I believe most people using a Mil reticle are "satisfied" with it because that's what or all they learned to use. Some people think it's cool to use what the military is using........well, the reason the Military is using the mil, is because they wanted to keep things the same as they'd been using with the artillery. Using Mils probably works just fine with Artillery, but for small targets and small weapons; there is a better way!
Ranging an object with the reticle is slightly more accurate with a MOA reticle.
Determining the size of the target or amount of correction needed is slightly more accurate with a MOA reticle.
It's easier to divide a MOA into 1/4's than to divide a mil into 10th's.
Most of us Americans think of things (drop/wind drift, rack spread ect.) in terms of inches, NOT yards or meters.
Our targets are small, measured usually in inches, NOT yards or meters. Therefore, MOA is simply more natural and easier to wrap our heads around.
Alot of Mil scopes still use MOA adjustments..................they should be mil adjustments, or how about just make some scopes with MOA reticleslightbulb??
NightForce has become very very popular for long range hunting in recent years, and I believe that alot of the reason is their options in reticles.
I'd bet money that the Leupold Mark 4 would become even more popular if they would offer a MOA reticle. The mil system would probably be left in the dust if other companies would follow NF's example.
Give me MOA over Mil, ANY DAY
I'll +1 your +1!
I would like to have an MOA reticle for determining corrections. Also, with an MOA reticle, if you have a variable wind where the correction is 1moa or 2 moa, you can hold off with your reticle precisely depending on the wind when you break the shot. Heck, some guys with MOA reticles don't even dial the wind correction for an f-class match. They just hold-off with their reticle.
If Leupold came out with an MOA recticle, I would return my MK4 to the custom shop and have the TMR reticle replaced!