US Optics Has Introduced Three New Horus Reticles For 2014

U.S. Optics announced today the introduction of three new Horus Vision reticles for 2014.  The Horus Vision H102 is featured in the ER and LR series line of rifle scopes, the H130 is featured in the SR-8 series line of rifle scopes and the H425 reticle is featured in the MR-10 series line of rifle scopes.  The reticles are paired to each respective optic based on performance attributes engineered for specific magnification ranges.  Additional information is provided below along with links to more information for each new Horus Vision reticle.

HORUS H102

The H102 reticle is designed for the Entry level Rifleman, the Designated Rifleman and the experienced Sniper. Offered in the LR-17 and ER-25 series rifle scopes, the H102 grid has 15 horizontal stadia lines which represent 15+ Mils of elevation hold. The grid lines allow the shooter to correct for elevation and windage without turning knobs or counting clicks. The H102 reticle is packed with features including an inverted “L” range finder, 5 ballistic targeting ovals for rapid target engagement; wind holds of up to 20 MPH and leads for moving vehicles at speeds of up to 60 MPH.  The H102 also features a small circle around center cross hair which allows engagements from point blank range to 300 meters on a 6 ft target that fits inside circle and is also used a lead for a fast walking target moving at 4 MPH.  For more information about the Horus Vision H102 click on the links below.
H102 User Manual

HORUS H130

The H130 reticle is now available in the SR-8C-H130. The H130 is a first focal plane, MOA reticle designed for short to medium range hunting applications.  The H130 grid has 10 horizontal stadia lines which represent 50+ MOA of elevation hold. The grid lines allow the shooter to correct for elevation and windage without turning knobs or counting clicks. The H130 reticle includes a ghost ring with a bold line profile for rapid target engagement at short distances, in brush cover or in contrasting light conditions.  Ballistic targeting ovals are also designed into the H130 for rapid target engagement.  An inverted range finder is also etched into the H130 reticle and is calibrated in inches for easy range finding ability.  For more information about the Horus Vision H130 click on the links below.
H130 Technical Specs
H130 User Manual

HORUS H425:

The Horus Vision H425 is designed for ease of use to meet the needs of the hunter and marksman. As part of the MR-10 series of rifle scopes the H425 reticle includes an inverted “L” range finder in the lower left quadrant that is calibrated in shooters minute of angle (SMOA) or inch per hundred yards (IPHY) for quick and precise calculation of range and distances.  The H425 grid has 8 horizontal stadia lines which represent 8 Mils of elevation hold. The grid lines allow the shooter to correct for elevation and windage without turning knobs or counting clicks. The smaller, secondary horizontal lines allow for precise elevation holds with standard spacing between each secondary horizontal line set at 1 mil to compensate for wind, drift, speed of target, etc.  For more information about the Horus Vision H425 click on the links below.
H425 Technical Specs

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