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Trijicon post reticle, yay? nay? #8980253 12/31/23 04:06 AM
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Wondering if anyone has first-hand experience with it.

Application would be solely for hunting. (Typically under 350 yards but mostly at 100 yards)

Wrestling between the post and standard duplex with a green dot.

What say ye?

Re: Trijicon post reticle, yay? nay? [Re: DustyArmadillo] #8983038 01/06/24 04:20 PM
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I’ve never shot the post style, but have two Accupoints with the standard duplex reticle. For hunting and/or target shooting, I can’t image the post would be a better setup. Love the green dot. Seems to help me focus better on the specific spot I want to hit.

Re: Trijicon post reticle, yay? nay? [Re: DustyArmadillo] #8983150 01/06/24 08:32 PM
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I'd have to look at the reticle. I always saw the "post" reticle for fast shots at close targets.


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Re: Trijicon post reticle, yay? nay? [Re: DustyArmadillo] #8987425 01/14/24 04:20 PM
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I am not a fan of the post reticle. I can’t think of any benefits or advantages it offers over a traditional reticle in hunting situations . If you are shooting at 350 yards you would certainly benefit having some kind of gradations on your reticle for elevation/wind holds.

Re: Trijicon post reticle, yay? nay? [Re: DustyArmadillo] #8987888 01/15/24 02:01 AM
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I had the post reticle on an accupoint scope for a brush gun set up

I like it for shots in that range you’re looking at, 100-150 is ideal since there are no dots or lines to sight in for longer yardage

Overall, great scope and would get another one again if I needed a scope for that purpose

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