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graticule

Graduated transparent scale engraved or photographed, placed in the front focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument for direct observation of the apparent image size or position in the field of view. Example: the focusing screen of a focimeter. Syn. reticule.
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You then measure the target in relationship to the reticle, being as precise as possible.
When I first began testing firearms for accuracy potential at the NRA in 2004,1 acquired a Trijicon Accupoint containing a clean duplex reticle with an illuminated center dot.
A hunter who set his Magic Reticle scope on 9X so the bottom hashmark was dead-on at 500 yards might turn the scope down to 4X when passing through woods, then forget to turn it up again when he saw a deer 500 yards away.
The reticle has five day/four low light/two night vision settings.
Not only that, but each reticle had its own set of adjustment turrets and each moved independently of the other.
Learning how to adjust your magnification ring to "calibrate" this type of reticle to your bullet's ballistic curve is essential.
Lot 14 - DUV reticle ASM5500 4X / 5X 300 + reticles for ASM100,
99, this customization option will allow you to have a retro theme with camo, reticle, patch, playercard, and background.
Another favorite of mine, the Burris "Ballistic Mil-Dot" reticle, takes three fine-print pages of instructions to explain the proprietary Burris aspects of the system, plus an entirely separate booklet covering the Mil-Dot instructions.
The Holland rail has a unique feature allowing it to be adjusted right or left, making it possible to center the scope reticle.
The NSN for the MK 19 and M2 reticle is NSN 5855-01-192-9075 and it's used with the AN/TVS-5 night sight.