Leupolds Wide Reticle vs. Dplx

Airborne

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Going to order a new scope today. The two reticle choices are the New Wide Reticle-RE with the broken braket at bottom or the standard Duplex. I like the idea of the wide agle but am not sure of the broken post for Range Est. Just another thing that you may not have time for in the field. Which would yo pick for hunting out to 500yds. Thx.
 

Jon Jackoviak

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Airborne,

I guess I don't understand your question. The Wide Duplex does not have a broken post. It is exactly the same as the duplex, except that the center gate or middle crosshair is larger. The outer post are moved farther out.

[ 05-20-2004: Message edited by: Jon Jackoviak ]
 

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