I went to the SWFA store and looked through a lot of 1-4x scopes including the Burris MTAC and Tac30, Bushnell, Vortex, Leatherwood, Leupold and so on.
I was looking for a scope to go on my CZ 527 7.62x39 Carbine. It's my woods gun and I knew I wanted a low(er) powered optic as most shots will be within 50-60yds.
After looking at all of them, I decided I did not want/need FFP reticle (too hard to pick up on low power low light situations), all of the Mil-Dot reticles are too thin to pick up quickly, and it's a hunting optic so exposed turrets were not needed. The reticles on the Burris scopes were disapointing as well, and would be better suited to a FFP scope.
I ended up with the Leupold VX.R 1.25-4 with the Firedot 4 reticle (German #4 with illuminated dot in center crosshairs).
Very pleased with this scope and can't wait to get it out in the woods to see how it really performs.
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