POLL: Preferred Combination of Turrets and Reticle?

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by ADMIN, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. MOA Turrets and MOA Reticle

  2. MIL Turrets and MIL Reticle

  3. Mil Dot Reticle with MOA Turrets

  4. MOA Reticle with MIL Turrets

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  1. ADMIN

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    Would you rather have a long range scope with:
    • MOA Turrets and MOA reticle
    • MIL Turrets and MIL reticle
    • Mil Dot Reticle with MOA turrets
    • MOA Reticle with MIL turrets
    PLEASE ENTER YOUR ANSWER IN THE POLL
     
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  2. the hunter

    the hunter Well-Known Member

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    MOA all the way.
     
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  3. rfurman24

    rfurman24 Well-Known Member

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    MOA,MOA. I must be slow. I do not see how to answer the poll.
     
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  4. Beardeddeer91

    Beardeddeer91 Well-Known Member

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    The poll doesn’t seem to be working, but Mil/Mil for me. It’s easier for my brain to work with a base of 10 than 4, and it’s easier for me to keep track of 9.2 mils vs 31.5 MOA for example.
     
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  5. cummins cowboy

    cummins cowboy Well-Known Member

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    MOA/MOA, if you miss you are always going to think 6 inches left, or a foot low, unless you use the metric system. I don't so its MOA, I do like the mil dot reticle in some scopes though, its simple and pretty useful. but that is with scopes I don't dial with.
     
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  6. olsingleshot

    olsingleshot Well-Known Member

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    There are scopes which have MOA turrets and Mil Dot reticle.
     
  7. rfurman24

    rfurman24 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I know. I have zero clue why you quoted me. I could not care less. I prefer MOA,MOA.
     
  8. cummins cowboy

    cummins cowboy Well-Known Member

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    which is fine just don't dial them and only use the reticle. I have an NXS compact like that. for field use I really like it.
     
  9. NEMTHunter

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    I prefer MOA for it all. But some of the less expensive scopes that work good have MOA turrets with mill dot reticle's.
     
  10. Yotekiller

    Yotekiller Well-Known Member

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    MOA Turrets and MOA Reticle

    I can not imagine any scenario where anyone would prefer to have the turrets and reticle not match. MOA or MIL but not mixed
     
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  11. the hunter

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    He said MOA,MOA. That means MOA turrets and MOA reticle.
     
  12. olsingleshot

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    OK folks just to clear things up: I am reviewing a scope for this magazine. It has MOA turrets and Mil dot reticle. I thought this was strange. The maker said in their pole, shooters preferred this combination. The scope is set up for dialing plenty of MOA plus using lots of mils. I just want to know how you, our readers, feel.
     
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  13. rfurman24

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    I don’t know a single person who would want mixed turrets and reticle.
     
  14. the hunter

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    We like the same measurements on the turrets to be in the reticle, moa turrets with mil reticle is outdated vietnam era junk.