I really like the scope, finally got to sight it in last weekend and it only took about 5 minutes to get dead on. I was holding some pretty tight groups (for me) at 100 yds that will make my coyote over-population frown
. Needless to say I can definitely place my shots with it better than I can with my 3x Acog on my middy at 100 yds, but the middy's built for speed.
I set the turret up for the bullet drop, unfortunately I haven't tried it out at anything over my original sight-in of 100 yds though. I'm going to try to take it up to my 400 yd spot this coming weekend to see if I can even make a "ting" on the steel target...........
I've never had a decent piece of glass, so it looks awesome to me. I went with the standard cross hair instead of the mil-dot, just to keep everything as clean as possible. I picked this over the Nikon 223 because the bullet drop compensator works regardless of what power you have it set on since you're adjusting the reticle when you set the turret for range, with the Nikon you have to look at (or memorize) a chart for drop at different powers......too much thinking for a simple mind like mine