THE BUBBLE LEVELER:
This optic features a precision built-in bubble leveling system. The internal bubble leveler can be found at the lower quadrant of the reticle, along the bottom edge, when viewing through the scope. It is a great tool for precision scope installation and crosshair alignment to deliver the most prominent shooting accuracy.
- 30mm Tube with Best in Class Emerald Lens Coatings to Achieve Maximum Light Transmission and Vibrant Clarity
- Built on True Strength Platform to Offer Durability and Precision Adjustment; Completely Sealed, Shockproof, Fogproof and Rainproof
- Built-in 6 O'clock Position Bubble Leveler within View Finder, Aiding in Reducing Long Range Firing Solution Errors Caused by Even Minor Canting
- Premium Zero Lockable and Zero Resettable Target Turrets with Most Consistent and Precise 1/8 MOA per Click Adjustment
- Innovative EZ-TAP® Illumination Enhancing (IE®) System with Red/Green Dual-Color Mode and 36 Multi-Color Mode to Accommodate All Weather/Light Conditions (US PAT. 8437079; EU PAT. EP2520894)
- 1-Click Illumination Memory Feature Gets the User Right Back to the Color/Brightness Setting Last Used
- Side Wheel Adjustable Turret (SWAT) for Parallax Adjustment From 10 Yards to Infinity
- Built-in TactEdge® Angled Integral Sunshade, Complete with Max Strength Twist Lock High Profile Picatinny/Weaver Rings and High Quality Flip-open Lens Caps
RANGE ESTIMATING SCOPE:
Leapers/UTG started introducing mil-dot reticle optics from as early as 2003, pioneering the Range Estimating concept as a useful tool for hunters and shooters around the world. Today, mil-dot reticle is widely accepted and used in this industry. Leveraging our years of experience in this area, we developed and refined the unique Tactical Range Estimating(TRE) mil-dot reticle and offer this feature in almost all of our optics. With some patient learning and practice using our TRE, shooters can enhance accuracy and performance in ways not imagined before.
9 Dot TRE:
Regular mil-dot reticles found on the market usually have 4 dots in each direction of the cross hair, giving you 9 different aiming points for either windage or elevation. If you count the 2 inner tips of the opposite duplex cross hairs, you get 11 aiming points. Contrast with Leapers/UTG 36 Mil-Dot Tactical Range Estimating Reticle (TRE), which has 9 dots on each direction of the cross hair, giving you 19 aiming points or 21 including the inner tips of the duplex cross hairs.
6 Dot TRE:
For unique optical requirements, Leapers/UTG further created a new TRE variation. It has 6 dots on each direction of the cross hair, giving you 13 different aiming points for either windage or elevation. If you count the 2 inner tips of the opposite duplex cross hairs, you get 15 aiming points for estimation.
Mil-Dot Range Estimating:
Range estimating requires common knowledge/experience about your target's actual width or height.
Set your scope at 10X or the proper power, depending on the scope. View the target through the scope. Place the center of the dot against one edge of the target and measure to the opposite edge of the target.
Once the target has been measured in mils, depending on the scope model, a formula is available to estimate the distance of the target.
Each scope will come with a pre-calculated mil-dot table of most used distance estimates to aid the user.
Mil-Dot Range Estimating Example:
For example, based on past experiences, the length of a known animal from shoulder to tail is 40 inches (1.016 meters), and we see through a scope at, for example, 9X to find that the animal occupies 9 mils. Therefore, the distance can be derived from using the following formula -
(Height or Width of Target in Meters x 1,000 / Height or Width of Target in Mils) X (Magnification / 10) = Range in Meters (1 M = 1.0936 Yards)
Hence, (1.016 x 1,000/9) X (9/10 ) = 101.6 meters (110 yds).
Armed with this knowledge, you can compensate for the bullet’s drop accordingly and make “great things happen”!