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UP-CLOSE $IPPTJOH :PVS 3JÍ F 4DPQF SUMMARY


Riflescopes today are available with a wide variety of reticle designs, magni- fication levels, parallax adjustments, field of view, illumination—and at pric- ing that varies from very economical to incredibly expensive. Be realistic about the task when selecting the scope. The average police sniper distance is 51 yards. With so many decisions to make, here are some tips.


There are so many options in the rifle scope market, it can be difficult to choose the right one for your agency.


CHOOSING YOUR RIFLE SCOPE


range rifl e can be quite a challenge these days, consider- ing the variety of quality manufacturers, magnifi cations, reticle types, lens size, color rendition, resolution, and light transmission. So, how does one sort through all of this information and choose the right long-range optic for the mission at hand? Hopefully, this helps.


C hoosing a magnifi ed optic for a long- 46 LAW and ORDER I April 2016


By Warren Wi By Warren Wilsonlson MUST-HAVE AND NICE-TO-HAVE FEATURES


Adjustments A quality rifle optic generally adjusts point of aim/ point of impact by either minute of angle (MOA) or milliradians (mils). Contrary to popular belief, the ‘mil’ in mil-dot does not stand for ‘military.’ Both MOA and mils are units of angular measurement. For example, one MOA at 100 yards is about 1 inch. One mil at 100 yards is about 3.6 inches. It is hard to believe, but there have been scopes manufactured with mil reticles and MOA turret adjustments. There are still some out there like that. It’s best to avoid that kind of confusing setup. A zero stop is a great feature to have on a tactical


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