US Optics Will Make Available The Horus H50 Reticule On Its SR-8C and SR-4C Scopes

 

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KEY FEATURES

  • For the rifleman who engages targets near and far. Close targets are rapidly eliminated by using the bold aiming ring when the scope is set at its lowest power. For difficult long range targets the shooter puts the scope on its highest power and utilizes the Horus™ Grid/ Reticle.
  • Heavy bold ring is used to facilitate rapid target engagement from full light conditions to twilight conditions.
  • Marks on horizontal stadia approximate leads for moving targets: 4 mph, 8 mph, 12 mph, 16 mph and 20 mph.
  • The grid features 12 horizontal stadia lines representing 12 mils of elevation hold.
  • The Horus Grid lets you visually place the target on the appropriate horizontal and vertical grid lines to correct for elevation and windage visually without turning knobs or counting clicks.
  • Secondary horizontal lines allow precise elevation holds. The standard spacing between the secondary horizontal lines is exactly 1 mil.

     

  • To compensate for wind, drift, speed of target, etc.: each secondary horizontal stadia line is calibrated with “large hash marks” spaced exactly 1 mil apart; between each of the large hash marks, there is a dot that subtends to 0.5 mils.
  • The Horus reticle is the only reticle that facilitates the rifleman to make an accurate Second Shot Correction™ should he fail to dispatch the target with his first round. For details, see our Tactical Manual.
  • The H50 reticle features an illuminated reticle for twilight and lowlight conditions.
  • Range: point-blank to 800 yards.
  • Central targeting grid calibrated in USMC mils (6283 mils/circle) (1 mil = 3.60 inches at 100 yards) (10cm at 100 meters). Precise calibration of measurements to within less than 0.5%.


    US Optics SR-8C                                                                         US Optics SR-4C

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