In the real world, however, this isn’t really an issue because who sets up for the kind of long range shot in which you need a 5 MOA or higher aiming point at 4X or even 5X? For shots beyond 300 yards most of us crank up the power because we feel we need it for a better sight picture and because we generally have time to do it, the game ignorant of our presence. Merely placing the center crosshair on target at 2.5X is easy, the dual thickness reticle leading the eye to the sticking place.
The last of my negative comments is this: if I’m going this heavy I think I’d throw in an illuminated reticle. Not a biggee, but what the heck… That’s maybe cutting it too fine.
Minor gripes aside, this is a remarkably capable scope selling for less, and sometimes significantly less, than comparable competitors largely because it is factory direct, manufacturer to buyer. No middle men. The unit is made in Japan, not the USA, but then few scopes are made here. If the likes of Canon, Nikon, and Sony can make some of the highest quality photographic lenses in the world, why not riflescopes?
Tract Toric UHD 30mm 2.5-15×44 FFP MOA Scope — Ron Spomer Outdoors is written by Ron Spomer for www.ronspomeroutdoors.com