Reticle picture collection

We all want to know what various reticles look like in the real world.   I been talking reticle pics for a few years and plan to post them all here..

In the meantime, here’s a few to start

Leupold VXR Patrol at 1X 75 yards

Leupold VXR Patrol at 4x at 250 yards

Leupold Mark 8 1.1-8 CQBSS at 500 yards

Leupold VRX 3-9×40 TMR at 250 yards, max illumination, 9 power

Leupold VRX 3-9×40 TMR at 250 yards with the dot at , 9 power


Trijicon Accupoint 3-9×40 Mildot / Green dot at 250 yards. 9 power

Observations between the two above scopes:

We had a few guys over yesterday evening watching the field into the evening to darkness.  There were about 20 deer through the field at varying distances of 100 to 250 yards.
We could not distinguish any difference in brightness or clarity between the Firedot 3-9×40 and the Accupoint 3-9×40.
My only observation was the mil hashmarks could stand to be a tad wider than the 1/2 mils as light faded it got hard to distinguish between them.  I feel the Accopoints mildots were ever so slightly easier to distinguish.

S&B 3-12×50 PMI at 250 yards, reticle set to max, 9 power

Weaver Tactical 3-15×50 FFP mildot at 250 yards, reticle off, 9 power

Weaver Tactical 3-15×50 FFP mildot at 250 yards, reticle on green at 2, 9 power

Trijicon ACOG TA33 Green Horseshoe reticle at 250 yards

Leupold HAMR 4x at 25o yards

Leupold HAMR 4x at 25o yards, illumination on medium

2 Responses to Reticle picture collection

  1. I’m in the market for optics and have been centered around the Leupold HAMR. The comparisons you have done are very helpful. The HAMR seems so much more richer with color that the ACOG. It’s hard finding good information on the HAMR. This has been very helpful. If you have any news or information on the HAMR, can you let me know.

    Thanks again for the great review.

  2. GlockandRoll says:

    You guys can probably guess which one is my fav.. 🙂

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