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Posted by charles duo on Nov 18, 2007

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What You Need To Know About Rifle Scope Reticles

Safety Glasses Shooting ... Focusing Your Reticle. A reticle is the crosshair ... and help draw your eye towards the center of your field of view. These reticle ...
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Canted Reticles — Serious Problem Needs to Be Addressed ...

Feb 14, 2009 · Canted Reticles — Serious Problem Needs to ... to shoot with one ... a major reticle shift after only 63 rounds through my 338 lapua today.has ...
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BDC Reticle? - Shooters Forum

I've been looking at scopes with the BDC reticle. ... shooting round, additional crosshairs are simply not ... as far as matching the reticle to the caliber ...
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Thank you for selecting this Nikon riflescope. We sincerely ...

Thank you for selecting this Nikon riflescope. ... crosshairs on the trophy of a lifetime ... the caliber of your rifle. The NIKON BDC reticle
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Which Reticle is best? [Archive] - Benchrest Central Forums

I would go with a three post German reticle. For target shooting. ... hit in the center of the dot, it is no problem shooting tiny ... my Varmint shooting under ...
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The Straight Dope on BDC Scopes -

The Straight Dope on BDC Scopes ... No problem, just aim using the 400 yard reticle and squeeze the trigger. ... or even the caliber that you’re shooting.
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Scope reticle not level with turrets? - The Optics Talk ...

Try actually aiming at the center of a clock. ... I just offered the best solution to level the reticle and shoot with it ... "Scope reticle not level with turrets ...
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Nikon BDC Reticle Instruction manual

Nikon BDC Reticle Instruction manual ... the ballistics of whatever projectile you are shooting directly to the reticle. ... The center crosshair does not change with ...
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