Originally Posted by NJR 100
Is that not a case for having / proposing all white faceplate tagets though? Would that be better for those whose scopes are not top quality optics? I know i have looked through some club members scopes (big nikkos) and found them very milky. I sometimes wonder how they cope with black plates in dark woods?
I dont like yellow.
White is ok, yellow sometimes gets lost in a sea of green or in autumn leaves, black ok where its nice and light, how about orange, a nice dayglo orange plate with black kill so you can see the bloody thing instead of hunting for the thing, peering as to where the string is leading to, maybe having alternate colours (orange one lane, yellow or white another) for each lane if numbering isnt used?