Timothy Yan of The Firearms Blog Reviews The Hi-Lux Optics New CMR-AK762 Tactical Scope

"The CMR-AK762’s zeroing procedure is a bit different than the standard CMR’s because of the ballistic difference. The center 1 MOA dot inside of the double-horseshoes needs to be zero at 200 meters or yards for the rest of the BDCs to work. If a 200m range is not available, use the small “V” on top the smaller horseshoe for a 100m zero. For subsonic 300 Blackout ammo, I used the MIL hash marks in the CMR-AK762’s reticle. In general, the subsonic 300 Blackout rounds drop 3-5 MILs (10.8 in to 18 in) at 100 meters range depended on the velocity, ballistic co-efficiency and the bullet weight. I found the vertical strata line has enough holdovers to use out to 500 meters with good subsonic loads like the Hornady 208 gr A-Max, American Eagle 220 gr and the PNW Arms subsonic with the excellent Sierra 220 gr Match King OTM projectile." - Timothy Yan, The Firearm Blog

To read the entire article on this great new version of the CMR (Close-Medium Range) scope, go to... http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2013/05/30/hi-lux-leatherwood-cmr-ak762/ 

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