SOLD/EXPIRED Vortex PST 6-24x50 FFP & 4-16X50 SFP Mil/Mil

elkregulator

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Vortex PST 6-24x50
Mil/Mil
PST-624F1-M
EBR-1 MRAD
First Focal Plane (FFP)
Illuminated
Small mark on the bottom of the bell, you can’t see it when it is mounted.
Butler creek scope caps included
Sunshade included
Original box
Glass is perfect
$850






Vortex PST
4-16X50
Mil/Mil
PST-416S1-M
EBR-1 MRAD
Illuminated
Second focal plane (SFP)
Butler creek scope caps included
Sunshade included
Original box
Glass is perfect
This one has been kryloned. It has been removed but buyer may see traces of it.
$600



Both are coved by Vortex VIP Warranty
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Paypal-you pay fees, other funds I will wait to ship until the check clears
Price includes shipping CONUS by UPS or fedex.
“I’ll take it” post here trumps pm and email.
Thanks for looking
 

elkregulator

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There are a lot of good threads and discussions on the internet for Mil and Moa scopes. I’m not going to get into that. It is a personal preference. Both are effective. It makes no difference.

For me, I like the Mil system, it seems simpler to use. My scopes, rangefinder, and spotting scope all have mil reticles. Easy to call shots.

For the calibers I shoot, the 10 mph wind is directly related to mil hold out to 600-1000 yards. 100 yards->.1 mil, 200 yards ->.2 mil, 300 yards ->.3 mil etc. easy to use. No charts. If you memorize drops to common distances it is 2 digits for mil. 6.5 mil vs 22.5 moa

In addition, the mil models of the same scope tend to have more elevation adjustment per turn. 5 mil > 10 moa.
 

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