Second Focal Plane Reticles – MOA Based
With 1 MOA elevation and windage markings, more accurate range finding and hold-offs are possible on smaller targets at longer ranges. Combined with a floating center crosshair, this makes for a reticle extremely fast andeasy to use in the field. MOAR™ reticles in Nightforce 5.5-22x and 8-32x NXS models have a 20 MOA scale below centerline (at left). Reticles in 3.5-15x models have an additional 10 MOA scale below center.
Nightforce customers asked for a finer version of our MOAR™ reticle for even more precision at extreme ranges, and our new MOAR-T™ delivers. .0625 MOA lines, with 1 MOA elevation and windage markings. Allows accurate rangefinding and holdover estimation at the longest distances. Center Illumination only.
1 MOA elevation spacing and 2 MOA windage spacing are ideal for precision long range shooting, benchrest and all-around use. The fine reticle subtensions are effective for rangefinding objects of various sizes. NP-R1 reticles in Nightforce 5.5-22x, 8-32x and 12-42x NXS models show 20 MOA scale below centerline (at left). In the 3.5-15x, an additional 10 MOA scale below center is indicated on the reticle.
2 MOA elevation and 5 MOA windage increments allow for multiple zero and hold points along with accurate rangefinding. Excellent for long-range applications including big game hunting. NP-R2 reticles in Nightforce 5.5-22x NXS, 8-32x and 12-42x NXS and Benchrest models show 20 MOA scale below centerline (at left). In the 3.5-15x, an additional 10 MOA scale below center is indicated on the reticle.
Second Focal Plane Reticles – Mil-Radian Based
.5 Mil and 1 Mil divisions allow for multiple zeroes, holdover, hold-under and windage adjustments without touching elevation or windage knobs. Excellent for range estimation.
.5 mil and 1 mil divisions allow for multiple zeroes, holdover, holdunder and windage adjustments without touching elevation or windage knobs. Excellent for range estimation.
See-through dots and posts do not obscure target, allowing for more precise estimation of range. 1 MIL spacing between dots (3.6″ at 100 yards).
Second Focal Plane Reticles – Competition/Target
Designed for long-range, high-power competition. .200 MOA dot on a .036 MOA crosshair(at 22x). Dot is calibrated for scored shooting on NRA high-power targets. The choice of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit. Limited availability.
Unobstructed field of view and precise MOA reference markings serve the predator hunter and benchrest competitor equally well. Simple and effective at close and long ranges.
Created for our new 15-55 x 52 Competition riflescope. A non-illuminated reticle, it has fine .016 MOA crosshairs with a .125 MOA center dot. Extremely precise at long ranges, with nothing to obscure your target.
Highly precise reticle with .016 MOA vertical and horizontal lines and a .095 MOA center dot. Reticle subtends properly at 40x.
The ultimate in simplicity with .016 MOA nonilluminated vertical and horizontal lines, and nothing else to distract the eye. Reticle subtends properly at 40x.
Created for our new 15-55 x 52 Competition riflescope. The DDR™ is a non-illuminated double-dot reticle with a .125 MOA center dot.
Two .172 MOA horizontal stadia outside of .016 MOA center lines. .095 MOA center dot, plus second dot 3 MOA below center. Vertical indicators in .50, 1.0, 2.0 and 2.5 MOA increments. Reticle subtends properly at 40x.
.016 MOA lines with vertical and horizontal marks and numbers in one-MOA increments. Reticle subtends properly at 40x.
Second Focal Plane Reticles – Velocity
Precise shot placement to 600 yards with accurate holdovers. Low, medium and high velocity configurations. Available in our 2.5-10 x 32 NXS only.
Precise shot placement to 1000 yards with accurate holdovers. Available in LV.5, MV.5, HV, HV.5, HVM, HVM.5, UHV and UHV.5 configurations relative to the ballistic profile of your rifle.
Second Focal Plane Reticles – Specialty
Works on the principle of known target size to provide easy rangefinding and quick, accurate compensation for wind drift and bullet drop.
The center dot provides a precise aim point, while the larger circle gives a wider zone for fast or moving shots. The triangle under the circle can be used as a 10 MOA holdover point from center dot and as a ranging tool.
Created specifically for our 1-4 x 24 NXS and rifles with 16″ barrels, providing accurate holdovers to 600 yards. 200-yard center dot zero, 10 mph windage holds. Optimized for most popular 5.56 NATO (.223 Rem.) and 7.62 NATO (.308 Win.) cartridges, it adds longer-range capability to one of our most versatile riflescopes.
Second Focal Plane Reticles – General Purpose
Superior to duplex reticles, eliminating heavy posts that obstruct your view. The eye is directed to center for quick target acquisition.
IHR stands for International Hunting Reticle, with good reason. It’s uncluttered and lightning fast, equally effective on dangerous game in tight quarters and at longer ranges on smaller targets. A floating center crosshair provides simple hold off capability. 3, 6 and 9 o’clock posts bring the eye quickly to your target.
First Focal Plane Reticles
1 MOA elevation and windage spacings are ideal for precision long-range shooting and all-around use. 10, 20 and 30 MOA elevation points are clearly marked for quick reference in the field. Especially suitable for rangefinding.
.5 and 1 mil divisions allow for multiple zeroes, holdover, holdunder and windage adjustments without touching elevation or windage knobs. Elevation points are numerically identified in 2, 4, 6 and 8 mil increments, windage points in 2 and 4 mil increments.
1 mil spacing between dots. See-through design does not obscure small targets at long ranges. Four posts allow centering the target quickly, especially in poor light.
Precise shot placement to 1000 yards with accurate holdovers when the distance to target is known. Extremely quick, requiring no calculation or adjustments. Designed for specific calibers and ballistic profiles.
A patented milradian based grid system for fast ranging and holdovers, that also features lead markers for moving targets.