Thread: Mil-Dot or Dial
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Old 22nd June 2010, 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Gibbs View Post
I use mildots for FT and hunting/pest control, there are a few pro's and con's;

Holdover is quicker than dialling which is handy in the showdowns.
The difference between one aiming point and another at 55 yards is only one pellet's width.
Dialling is fractionally more accurate (if your groups are one pellet sized holes at 55 yards)
Also, using the horizontal line for windage could be an advantage to diallers.
I don't like the idea of moving the delicate little cross hairs up and down all day, scopes have never been designed to do this. But as already stated, each to his own
wot about leup comp with fine cross hair these scopes r designed for dialing for bullet guns etc for dialing in comps etc for bullet drop at ranges you hav no crazy cross doing your head in counting lines,this is y its called the compition scope with life warrenty
cr 97 in jim vickers ft stock bsa big 60 scope, and silly about of hunting guns
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