I have 3 hog baits set with white, green, and red motion sensor lights as kind of an expirement. (I'll post results later this year) I use a Bushnell Banner Dusk and Dawn 1.5-4x. It has an illuminated or black reticle. You turn the knob one way it's green, the other way it's red, in the middle it's a non-illuminated black reticle. I can see the black in any of the three lights and the green and red can get bright enough to see in their like feeder light colors. Not a fan of red dots for hunting, at least in my experience, if the dot is of usable size and brightness it seems to cover too much of the target area for my personal taste. I went with this scope because it's relatively inexpensive and I could get the red, green, and non-illuminated black reticles all in one scope on one rifle.
Edited to add: Oh yeah, I have it mounted on a .308 Ruger GS Scout, mounted traditionally over the action.
Edited by Slow Drifter (03/12/16 10:45 AM)
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