Same here, although I took the Gen II off to try another scope for the match where we shot at 330 yards. I had to dial all I had plus hold .5 mil, but I got there.For a point of reference I've got a B14R, with 30MOA rail and PST2 5-25X50 I easily get to 307yds
IF you're wanting to Benchrest and shoot at a set distant ranged / target. Stay with a 2nd. Focal plane scope. IF you want to do a lot of positional changes a long with the unknown target dist. You will need FFP scope. A lot of traditional BR shooters that get into PRS/NRL - NRL22, prs precision rimfire have issues getting their heads around FFP scopes. It feels all "WRONG" Give yourself time to adjust. FFP takes a lot of working with up front. But once you start using the math and turrets it gets a lot easier. Again if your just shooting to a static designated target for your shooting then STAY with 2nd focal plane target scopes.So I’ve really never end used a scope but want one to shoot out to 200 yards with 22lr. My budget is under $500. I’ve read a lot of posts and am confused. I am planning to bench shooting. Any help would be appreciated.
I would also suggest just going with the EP5. The glass is noticeably better than that of the SH line.
while that is not as good as their older discount if you donated to the Navy Seal Foundation, 25% off is still a good discount. You can buy the SH-4J and the 34mm Combo pack for right around $500. The final cost will depend on your state collecting sales tax on internet orders and on sales tax rates.Arken is offering 25% off of retail pricing