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Using the Mil Dot system

I did a 1 year T&E on one when it first came out. Shot it mainly on my .308 bolt gun, but also on a .308 gas gun, a .300WM bolt gun and it went to the range several times mounted on a Steyr HS50 .50BMG. Never had a problem out of it.

Pros:
Great glass
Built like a tank
Super reliable and dependable

Cons:
Only the "old school" Army mil-dot reticle available when it comes to "tactical" ranging reticles
Like mentioned above, MOA/mil setup

I run a MOA/mil setup on my primary rifle because I'm used to it and have been doing it for over 20 years now, so it's a non-issue to me. With that said, the last 2 NF's I bought (a 2.5-10x32mm and the ATACR 5-25x56mm) are both MOA/MOA.

I recommend the same/same setup to anyone that is just getting started, whether it's MOA/MOA or mils/mils. If the student is American, likes to think in inches and yards, and doesn't know the mil system already, I steer them towards the MOA/MOA setup. I learned mils inside and out as a Scout/Sniper in the Marine Corps, but you can easily be just as effective in the field using MOA's.

If Trijicon would offer just a few options in that scope, it would easily be a top performer. Even the way it stands now, I would readily take it over any Leupold Mk4, regardless of setup.

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