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#5955962 - 10/01/15 09:57 AM 1x4 Vortex Viper PST. Which reticle?
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So now that I made my mind up and decided to get the Aimpoint for my 556 AR and Vortex Viper PST for my 6.8 when I get it. What are the pros and cons of the different reticles on the Vortex Viper PST? Ill be using mostly for hunting out to 200 yds.
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#5956371 - 10/01/15 02:25 PM Re: 1x4 Vortex Viper PST. Which reticle? [Re: SapperTitan]
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I am only aware of the MRAD or MOA "Tactical Milling Close Quarter" reticles for this scope. They appear to be of the same design so choose which is consistent with your other scopes. I have the capped version which only comes in MOA and I really like the very fine lines and dot and have taken it to 400 yds. I personally do not like the idea of target turrets on a 1-4 scope as it clearly is not intended for long range and only increases the probability of an inadvertent change in zero. Just my 2cents
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#5956483 - 10/01/15 03:20 PM Re: 1x4 Vortex Viper PST. Which reticle? [Re: SapperTitan]
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with capped you should be able to get zero stopped to help prevent that fitz...

but your right, i wish that had the 1-4 capped in mrad

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