Eye Relief (in) - High.70, eye Relief (mm) - Low 108.00, eye Relief (mm) - High.00, objective Diameter (in).60, weight (g) 318.00, elevation Adjustment Range (MOA).00, windage Adjustment Range (MOA).00.
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Placing this type of reticle in a front focal plane design allows the operator to use the scope on any magnification while retaining the exact spacing of the reticle features.
The glass is then procured from vendors who must meet stringent quality standards.The source of the base material is not nearly as important as the optical design.When encountering an issue involving exhausted adjustment travel it is likely related to the alignment between the scope and barrel.As the power is increased, the apparent size of the target is increased, but the reticle appears to remain the same size; the result is that the reticle covers less of the target when the magnification is increased.It is not uncommon for lower quality optics to have more adjustment travel than their higher quality counterparts for a number of reasons, but is typically due to the use of smaller, less expensive internal components.Some of these sources are located domestically, some are European, and some are Asian.Due to differing tolerances, rifle #1 requires 10-MOA of down adjustment from the scope to be sighted in at 100 yards and rifle #2 requires 10-MOA of up adjustment.When viewing this through the scope, the reticle will appear to get larger as magnification is increased and smaller when magnification is decreased.As magnification is decreased, the target gets smaller, making the holdover points appear to walk down the target, thus representing more drop.This means that the scope on rifle #1 will have 45-MOA of up adjustment remaining, allowing the shooter to make the proper correction for shots up to 1,070 yards; rifle #2 will have 25-MOA of up adjustment remaining, allowing the shooter to make the proper.Back to top, where does Leupold get its glass?Weight (oz).60, linear FOV (ft/100 yd) - Low.90, linear FOV (ft/100 yd) - High.10, linear FOV (m/100 m) - Low.00, length (in).30, linear FOV (m/100 m) - High.40, eye Relief (in) - Low.20.Rear Focal Plane Reticles: Many hunting scopes are designed with rear focal plane reticles.Rear focal plane designs allow the reticle to appear bolder in low light, making them easy to see and faster to acquire when the light is fading.Leupold offers windage adjustable bases (STD) which have two windage screws holding the rear ring.
As such, faster loads with flatter trajectories will require a higher magnification setting than slower loads with more bullet drop.
Represents the scope on rifle #2 in the above example; when sighted-in at 100 yards.