I have shot with people a few times who when sighting in a Mil/Mil scope will still go to the...

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I Have 2, 3×10 Sport Dot IGR Scopes and I have to tell you how impressed I have been with your Product. I have had many very good Scopes before and NONE have been better Quality, Clarity, and Function than Your Scopes.

But perhaps more important than the quality of the glass and magnification is the tracking. The mil spec SWFA 10x has a good rep for $300, I've read.

hatsan125sniper November 16th, 2014 . Here is the instructions http://www.millettsights.com/downloads/TRS_Manual_WEB.pdf If you scroll down to page 5 and 6 you can see you should set it to 10 power for mil dot measuring. not 16.

written by ILya Koshkin, 2010. High End Tactical scopes: “East vs West” The idea of doing this comparison started during the first day of the 2010 SHOT Show when I stumbled into Kelbly’s booth and peered through an array of March scopes.

Variable scopes can be adjusted to a number of different magnifications. Their models will usually be listed with a range of numbers in the first place, such as 3-9×32 or 4-12×32.

May 24th, 2017 Schmidt & Bender 5-25×56 PM II 2FP Scope Review. Schmidt & Bender 5-25×56mm PM II SFP Review Test conducted by RifleShooter.com For police and military use, the Schmidt & Bender PM II (Police Marksman) is the gold standard of extreme use rifle optics.

I've only had experience with the first gen Magpul sights (MBUS), so I can't speak to the Gen II. Great concept, piss-poor execution (I had 2 sets snap...