EBR-2C (MRAD) Reticle helps you maximize your long-distance shooting and ranging abilities. Effectively determine ranges, holdovers, windage corrections and moving target leads. Download the Product Manual to learn more.
First Focal Plane scopes are perfect for long range tactical shooters and hunters. Pro shooters, who don’t like to miss a target even by an inch, prefer these FFP scopes as they can estimate target distance as well as bullet drop correction with the help of Front Focal Plane reticles. Generally, these riflescopes are click […]
Whether your riflescope comes with MRAD or MOA reticle subtension measurement, both are equally effective. There are no inherent advantage of one on the other. Both MOA and MRAD (or Mil) are angular measurements. Choice of MRAD rifle scopes over MOA scopes and vice versa are mainly dependent upon the measurement one is comfortable with. […]
MOAR reticle is slightly better to view in the low light conditions or where the background is comparatively dark or even busy. This is because of the comparatively thicker line subtensions. MOAR-T reticle comes with finer line thickness and is therefore found to be extremely helpful in targeting small objects at extreme long distances, especially […]
To begin with, all kinds of reticles can’t be used with the two most popular tactical riflescopes of Nightforce Optics – Nightforce ATACR 5-25×56 and NXS 5.5-22×50. If you are wondering what reticle to use with your Nightforce scope, here’s a brief guide: Nightforce NXS 5.5-22×50 Among all the available riflescopes in the Nightforce category, […]
Hunters and shooters are often found contemplating on which reticle position to use, the FFP or the SFP. Both are imperative and one of the most crucial aspects of scope specifications. But which one is more important and helps steal the show? Let us explain and point out the difference between the two to have […]