How heavy should my field point be?

Field points come in a large spectrum of weights. Usually in-between 75 to 150 grains. Lighter weight for extra speed and heavier for more momentum.09-Jan-2018

What do the markings on a scope mean?

A rifle scope specification includes two numbers. The first number identifies the magnification while the second number identifies the diameter of the objective lens. Thus a specification of 8.5×50 describes a scope with 8.5× magnification and an objective lens that is 50 mm in diameter.01-Jan-2020

What is Parallax on a scope?

Parallax occurs when the target and reticle are on different planes within the scope. It is detectable when you move your head or eye around while looking through the scope and the reticle appears to move or swim around the object at which you are aiming.

How many clicks is a MIL?

(Remember on this Target Knob one click equals 0.1 mil and it takes ten clicks to equal a full mil.)

Does military use MIL or MOA?

MIL stands for “milliradians” or “mils” and is equal to 3.6 inches at 100 yards. These scopes are slightly easier to communicate ranging with than an MOA and are communicated using meters and centimeters. MILs are extremely common with law enforcement and military professionals.12-Sept-2019

What does a MIL Dot reticle look like?

A MIL-Dot reticle refers to a standard specific pattern of duplex crosshair reticles with four small 0.25 mil diameter dots placed along each axis. These dots are arranged to allow for range estimation.28-Aug-2019

What’s the difference between a crosshair and a reticle?

The reticle is the aiming point in your field of view in most rifle scopes. Also referred to as ‘crosshairs’ reticles are either glass etched or most commonly made out of wire.13-Jan-2022

Why is it called a crosshair?

The word crosshairs simply comes from the two lines that intersect in the shape of a cross.

What reticle do snipers use?

There are dozens of variations of each but most police sniper rifle optics use either duplex mil-dot MOA lines or grid reticles.01-Aug-2018

Do you follow your arrow when sighting in your bow?

“Follow the arrow” when adjusting your front sight. That is if your arrows are grouping below and to the right of the bull’s eye on the target move your front sight down and to the right.