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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCircle View Post
    i'll be waiting for a MOA model.
    Why? MOA is dying like Second Focal Plane, keymod and commercial size AR15 buffer tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mileageman View Post
    Why? MOA is dying like Second Focal Plane, keymod and commercial size AR15 buffer tubes.
    HAHA! you got a point. I think im just familiar with MOA. I did a little research and I feel its actually better in some ways.

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    These beauties are in stock and ready to ship today!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCircle View Post
    HAHA! you got a point. I think im just familiar with MOA. I did a little research and I feel its actually better in some ways.
    Until they offer .025 mil adjustment MOA will remain the norm for most things other than prs. Who wants a reticle that moves 10cm/click at 1000 vs one that moves 2.5 inches/click and even less in some who offer 1/8th or 1/16th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg olmstead View Post
    Until they offer .025 mil adjustment MOA will remain the norm for most things other than prs. Who wants a reticle that moves 10cm/click at 1000 vs one that moves 2.5 inches/click and even less in some who offer 1/8th or 1/16th.
    There are lots of good articles around on why and why not different adjustment types. Both have their pros and cons and like you said really depends on the application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg olmstead View Post
    Until they offer .025 mil adjustment MOA will remain the norm for most things other than prs. Who wants a reticle that moves 10cm/click at 1000 vs one that moves 2.5 inches/click and even less in some who offer 1/8th or 1/16th.
    If you have a .5 MOA gun at 100 then that's 5" at 1000. why would it matter if each move 10cm/click (4"). still less than you can accurately hit. .25moa is 2.5" movement at 1000. Am i missing something? i don't think it would really matter because if your gun is only capable of 5" at 1000. I usually use MIL because that's what i was taught with.
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    Did you see it's other cousins sightron ffp scopes
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