DITTO lightbulbFFP for tactical. FFP for hunting. Works equally well for both. The strengths that are conceded to for tactical shooting, are also strengths for hunting. I don't have to buy another optic. I don't have to buy another rifle. I use the same rifle/optic for competition as I do hunting.
FFP optics don't automatically force me into rushing a shot and wounding animals. It allows me to get a precise hold, faster, leading to fewer wounded animals.
Having a FFP optic allows me to dial back my magnification based on my visibility conditions and maintain my wind holds.
Were I hunting in brush, where my shot would be 50yds... then I'd be using an Aimpoint or similar red dot, or low magnification huge duplex SFP.
Were I shooting benchrest, or other discipline where the target is always the same size, and is always in the same position, at the exact same distance... then I'd be using a high magnification SFP with ultra thin reticle.
Outside of those situations, FFP has served me flawlessly.