Originally Posted by herx77
If , (I assume you are using the scope for FT) and are using the scopes ability to range find which it does really accurately,just curious; why would you need mil dots? The straight cross hairs give a good reference once the range has been assessed, and the required clickage applied, with no hol;d over or under.
Mine certainly functions well and I cannot see any advantage mil dots would give me that the set up existing on the scope already does!
Hi there, if I only shot FT then I could manage without mil dots although I, like many others may dial for the ranges 35 + but for short ranges 10 to 15 I find it easier to use the mil dots.
As it is I'm one of those shooters who like to shoot HFT or FT and even do SFT if the mood takes me so the mil dots would give me the best of both worlds.