First Focal Plane Reticles – CQB/Tactical AR

CW-4 FFP Reticle

CW-4 FFP 1X Reticle CW-4 FFP 8X Reticle View

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Description

- The CW-4 Reticle is a mRad reticle designed for the competitive Gun shooter and other run and gun AR-15 competitions.

- The center dot measures 1 MOA (0.291mRad).

- The inside diameter of the LARGER horseshoe (not including the thickness) measures roughly 55mRad in diameter.

- The outside diameter of the LARGER horseshoe (including the thickness) measures roughly 65mRad in diameter.

- The inside diameter of the SMALL horseshoe(not including the thickness) measures 10mRad in diameter.

- The outside diameter of the SMALL horseshoe(including the thickness) measure 12 mRad in diameter.

- At 8X, there are triangular choke-style range finders that can range targets of 1m and 1.75m from 500 to 1000 meters

- There are also dots and crosses spaced 1 mRad apart within the small inside horseshoe that can be used for estimating winds holds and distance or tracing shots.

First Focal Plane – Long Range Tactical Reticles

CW-1 FFP

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Description

- The CW-1 reticle is the first reticle of many in our long range precision riflescope series.

- Based in Mil-Radian, the CW-1 reticle has 2.0 mil sub tensions on the horizontal axis up to 8 Mils. From 8 Mils to 15 Mils on the horizontal axis, the markings subtend 0.1 Mils. There are a total of the 30 mils subtended between the thicker horizontal posts.

- On the vertical axis, there are 0.1Mils holes to indicate every half Mil.

- The center dot is 1 MOA

CW-3 FFP Reticle

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Description

Designed with the feedback and insight of professional competitive shooters and military trained marksmen, the CW-3 is a milliradian based reticle that enables the operator to quickly range targets, and make holdovers. Using this reticle, the shooter can visibly trace the bullet's path down range. Additionally, both the elevation and windage axes are numbered for quick holdover reference.

The CW-3 FFP reticle gives the shooter more data to reference for long range shot placement.

For windage, every 0.2 Mil graduation is indicated by the tick marks on the horizontal cross hair to 5 Mils on each side.

On every whole Mil of the reticle, 0.2 Mil graduations are indicated by the crosses and small dots.

Each cross in the grid measures 0.4 Mil by 0.4 Mil. The center point of each cross also indicate whole Mils.

For elevation, the is a 0.1Mil space that indicated 1/2 Mil graduation. The larger 0.1Mil dot in the grid also indicates 0.5 Mil graduations. The 0.1 Mil graduations between 2-3 Mils above the center of the reticle can be used for vertically milling targets.

Once this reticle is learned and mastered, the shooter can use CW-3 grid for precise first shot placement, mill targets with ease, and shoot quick follow-up shots.

Second Focal Plane - Hunting & Target Shooting Reticles

Duplex

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Description

This is the Duplex Reticle. Heavy posts extend from the sides to allow the shooter's eye to naturally focus at the center crosshair.

No-Math Mil-Dot

Description

The No-Math Mil-Dot reticle allows for quick and easy shot placement by framing a known size target of 1/2 meter (~19inches). Adjust the magnification until the target fits within the center bracket either horizontally or vertically.

LER2X-7X BDC

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Description

- The Long Eye Relief scope also comes in a BDC reticle version, based around the ballistics of the 168 grain, 308 Winchester.

- If you zero the center cross hairs at 200 yards, each subsequent BDC line represents the approximate holdover every 100 yards out.

- The Top of the Thick Post represents the 600 yard holdover.

- The BDC is accurate at 7X.

M40 USMC

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Description

- The M40 USMC reticle is a reproduction of the vintage green M40 scopes from vietnam and has a dual focal plane ranging reticle.

- By framing a 18" target between the parallel lines, the M40 USMC reticle tells you the approximate distance to the target on the Accu-Range scale in the lower right quadrant. The approximate range is the lowest number that is visible on the Accu-Range scale.

M40 TAC-HUNTER

Description

- The M40 Tactical Hunter reticle features the same Accu-Range system as the USMC military model. Additionally, you can also frame a 36" horizontal target between the two verical hash marks on the horizontal axis. The approximate range is shown by the smallest number visible on the Accu-Range scale

- The M40 Tactical Hunter reticle also has 5 BDC marks for .223 and .308 that are acurate at 9X.

- The center crosshair should be zeroed at 100 yards.

- The first horizontal hash mark represents the 200 yard BDC hold. Every subsequent horizontal hash mark corresponds to the BDC holdover 100 yards out to 500 yards. The top of the thick post on the verical axis is the approximate holdover for 600 yards.

- The BDC holdover are accurate at 9X.

Second Focal Plane – Close Quarter Battle /Tactical

AVS-CMR

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Description

- The Mil-Radian based CMR1 reticle is designed to be fast.With an illuminated horseshoe and center dot, the CMR14X24 enables shooters to quickly acquire targets even while moving.

- BDC Designed around the ballistics of a 62 grain. 223/168 grain .308.

- The tick marks below the center dot can are dual purpose: they reference the BDC holdovers for 200m-800m and provide framing marks from edge to edge for a 1/2 meter target for 200m to 800m.

- This reticle is accurate at 4X.

AVS-CMR-762AK reticle

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Description

- The Mil-Radian based AVS-CMR-7.62 AK is designed specifically around the ballistics of the Russian 7.62X39mm service round 57-H-231 or 7H23. The BDC is also accurate for 300 BLK supersonic up to 600 meters/ Simillar to the CMR14X24 reticle, the BDC tick marks can also be used to range 1/2 meter wide targets from end to end.

- There are ranging marks on the right side of the horizontal axis. These crosses can be used to frame a man sized target(1.75m tall by 1/2m wide). The largest framing crosson the right is used to frame a target at 100m. There are 10 crosses that can be used to frame distances every 100meters out to 1000meters.

- The 10 mil hash mark measures 1Mil. The 15 Mil hash Mark measures 2.5 Mils. The 30 Mil Hash Mark measures 3 Mils.

- This reticle is accurate at 4X.

AVS-CMR4

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Description

- The Mil-Radian based AVS-CMR4 reticle is designed around the ballistics of a 62grain .223 and 168 grain .308. The BDC holdover marks also double as ranging marks for a known 1/2 meter sized target for the respective distances.

- The 10Mil, 20Mil and 30Mil marks subtend 1Mil,2Mil and 3Mil respectively.

- The 5, 8 and 10 on the vertical axes below the horseshoe correspond to the 10mph wind hold at 500m, 800m and 1000m respectively.

- This reticle is accurate at 4X.

Second Focal Plane – DMR/Long Range Reticles

MLR (Mid to Long Range Reticle)

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Description

- The MLR is a mRad based reticle. Every hash mark's length on both horizontal and vertical axes corresponds to the Mil Value/10. For example, the 10 Mil Mark subtends 1 MIL. The 4 mil mark subtends 0.4 MILs and so forth.

- The marks in the upper right quadrant can be used to range a man-sized target that is 1.7m tall.

- The distance of the framed target can be determined by the corresponding Mil Marking x 100m. For example, if you frame a target with the first mark in the upper right quadrant, the approximate distance is 200m. There are 14 total framing marks that range out to 1500meters.

- This reticle is accurate at 10X.

Mil/MOA Reticle

Description

- This reticle contains both Mil and MOA subtensions. On the vertical axis, the left side represents Mil subtensions and the right side of the vertical axis shows MOA, The center dot is 1 MOA.

- The tick marks on the horizontal axis are spaced 1 Mil apart. Additionally, there is an opening to indicate every half Mil.

- The right side of the horizontal axis shows MOA. Each marking represents 2.5 MOA.

- There are ranging scales in the lower quadrants for you to frame a known size target in meters or yards. Adjust the magnification until the target is framed within the scale according to its known size. The approzimate range to the target is the magnification X100m.

- This reticle is accurate at 10X for both TAC-V models.

XLR

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- The XLR reticle is a second focal plane reticle that is based in Mil Radians.

- The center dot is 1/2 MOA.

- Every Mil and Half mil are indicated by tick marks on the axes.

- There is an opening at the center of the reticle that can be used to frame and range a known 1/2 meter sized target.

- Additionally, there are ranging scales that can be used to frame known sized targets by adjusting the magnification.

MOA Ranging Reticle

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Description

- This reticle is a MOA based reticle. it has a true MOA relationship at 28X

- At 14X, each subtension on the reticle has twice the value indicated on the reticle. For example 1/2 MOA becomes 1MOA. 3MOA on the reticle becomes 6 MOA.

- At 7X, each subtension on the reticle has 4X its value indicated on the reticle. For example, 1 MOA now references 4 MOA. 1.5 MOA now references 6 MOA.

- There is an opening at the center of the reticle that can be used to frame and range a known 1/2 meter sized target.

- The center dot in the reticle measures 1/16MOA.

- There is a ranging scale in the lower right quadrant that you can use to frame known sized targets. Simply adjust the magnification ring until the target is framed accurately in the ranging scale. Each scale in the ranging scale is used to frame 3".

UD 5-30 Ranging Reticle

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Description

- The UD5-30 Ranging Reticle is a mRad based reticle. There is a hash mark to indicate every half and whole mRad subtension.

- The quarter mRad subtensions are indicated by 0.1 mRad openings/spaces.

- The fine 0.1 mRad subtensions on the left, upper and tight axes can be used for milling targets.

- The center opening above the center crosshair measures 0.25 mRad in height.

This reticle is accurate at 20X.