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Thread: So Which Reticle Will You Use For Field Target?

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    Protea FT Team '07/'08/'09/'10/'11/'13

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    If you are using dail-in on you scope which of this three reticales will you use?
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    No 1
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    Goose we have the same taste
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    #1
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    #3 for me
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    Recon I'll use Nr3 but without the numbers....
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    What difference will the markings on the ret make if you dialling in? Surely even a normal + will suffice if you dont have to holdover?

    I shoot HFT, so all i know is a low mag milldot scope...
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    you would need some horisontal markins for windage holdover
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    Niether they all look too busy prefer a classic mildot anyday
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    mil dot
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    #2 because it is the closest to a target dot.
    Mind you, Lukas/Goose/Sniper, you have target dots. What's up with the busy reticles ? Or is it just 'nice to have' :-)
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    # 1 it has the windage markings that i like
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    #3 without the numbers.
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    If I have the choice, NONE. I have a NATO reticle on my big Nikko but I don't really use the markings.
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    You don't need fancy reticles if you dial in, but a Mildot is good to compensate for wind and angles.
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