I'm not sure I understand the purpose of a FFP scope that has no MOA or Mil hash marks. P_102
I'm not sure I do either...
At least it's illuminated. A FFP scope with no illumination is absolutely unuseable in low light hunting situations. At the end of the day, 99% of the hunters out there don't even understand how MOA works. The closest they get is believing their ammo is going to magically match up with a BDC reticle somehow.
The average deer hunter could definitely do a lot worse. I'm sure the glass quality they'd get with this scope is unparalleled at this price point. If you understand maximum point blank range and take your shots accordingly, this would be a great option!