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Old 03-19-2014, 2:44 PM
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Dmitri, which mount is that? It looks like an AD mount, but not sure about the level on the front of it. Is that a separate piece, and if so, what is it?

Trying to figure out which mount would be best. It will be sitting on top of a flat top AR-15, with a Matech BUIS behind it, much like yours.
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Dmitri, which mount is that? It looks like an AD mount, but not sure about the level on the front of it. Is that a separate piece, and if so, what is it?

Trying to figure out which mount would be best. It will be sitting on top of a flat top AR-15, with a Matech BUIS behind it, much like yours.
What pic the main one? If so its anti cant device there is one on the scope n one on gun the one in gun was used for other optics when scope comes off and not really needed just never took it off but get an anticant its a must for long range precision.


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I was asking about the one mounted just in front of the throw lever, directly on the picatinny rail. The picture I am referring to is the one on page 6 of this thread, with the Matech BUIS. Now that I look at it, that is the 1x6 scope, duh....

So, a better question would be, if I want to mount this 4-14x scope forward of a Matech BUIS, and have a similar eye relief, which of the AD scope mounts would be best?

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Just based on the pictures on AD's website, I'm thinking the AD Recon (plain jane) is probably best for eye relief, but will that clear the BUIS? Also, is that the right scope height to take full advantage of the BDC?
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I was asking about the one mounted just in front of the throw lever, directly on the picatinny rail. The picture I am referring to is the one on page 6 of this thread, with the Matech BUIS. Now that I look at it, that is the 1x6 scope, duh....

So, a better question would be, if I want to mount this 4-14x scope forward of a Matech BUIS, and have a similar eye relief, which of the AD scope mounts would be best?

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Just based on the pictures on AD's website, I'm thinking the AD Recon (plain jane) is probably best for eye relief, but will that clear the BUIS? Also, is that the right scope height to take full advantage of the BDC?
Not going to be able to mount forward of the rear sight. Would not be able to get close enough to the scope.

Will clear the flipped down rear. On a .308 going out to 1,000 or a 5.56 to 800 yards I would get the 20MOA





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haha... I could care less about the logo. My comment goes back to my original post, getting that reticle into a certain level of optic that would appeal to the higher end crowd...

I purchased the PA 4-14x44 mil/mil FFP for like $230 because it was a mil/mil FFP, but the optical performance was ok, that's to be expected of a scope in that price range, but its not something I am going to keep regardless of how good of a reticle design was.

As much as I like the new reticle, you would have to up the game to capture the rest of the market.

I'm not saying to scrap the budget option, but to add a 2nd option that does cater to more discerning optics enthusiast with improved glass, tracking, housing, and everything else found in the 1-2k scope arena.

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This reticle and scope combo out performs those 1-2k optics you talk about any day of the week. Hell even the standard ACSS out performed even Acogs and other high end military grade optics because of a laser edged ACSS reticle with better ranging and wind holds. You seem to care more about brand names and as you put it optical performance. How about time and hits on target? In order to do what ACSS HUD can do you would need a 2k+ optic,a world class spotter, a data book, 2 calculators, a life time of training and lots of luck.

I shoot in Southern California and your welcome to bring your $2000 optic or any other optic and put it through the test. Talking about shooting online is one thing rounds down range is a whole other!

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Personally, I understand where ExtremeX is coming from. I don't think he's saying that he cares about the brand. He's talking about the quality and clarity of the glass. I totally agree with him on that front. No matter how good a reticle is, it's not going to make up for the clarity of glass at long ranges. You need that extra low dispersion and clarity/quality of crystal to be able resolve all those details at far off distances. Otherwise it just gets hazy and cloudy, as well as gray/not as bright.

Maybe it's because I'm a sucker for good glass, I don't know. But all I'm saying is I see where he's coming from. I had a vortex 1-4 PST and while it was pretty good, it could not come close to matching the clarity and brightness of the glass of the TA11 that I switched it out for.

I think the reticle is definitely thought out very well and fills a large void in the reticle arena that seems to be lacking on even most high end scopes. What he's saying is that he wants to see your awesome reticle on a scope with equally awesome glass, which it deserves to be paired with. I don't care what anyone says, but $200-$300 glass is not going to come close to matching the brightness and clarity/resolution of Alpha level glass. It's just not possible. Glass is one of those things that "You get what you pay for", and there is really no way around it.

If what you say is true, that you're looking into a higher tier glass quality, then I think this will open up a new market for you. I know that I would consider one of your scopes at that point. Not that you need to compete with S&B in the $3000+ range or anything (because at that point, you're paying for Brand, not better glass), but even the $600-$1000 range is a new tier. ED glass from Japan or even better, Germany, would be primo I believe you could do this for the $1000-$1500 range. And with your reticle, you've got a for sure winner in the higher end tier.

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Personally, I understand where ExtremeX is coming from. I don't think he's saying that he cares about the brand. He's talking about the quality and clarity of the glass. I totally agree with him on that front. No matter how good a reticle is, it's not going to make up for the clarity of glass at long ranges. You need that extra low dispersion and clarity/quality of crystal to be able resolve all those details at far off distances. Otherwise it just gets hazy and cloudy, as well as gray/not as bright.

Maybe it's because I'm a sucker for good glass, I don't know. But all I'm saying is I see where he's coming from. I had a vortex 1-4 PST and while it was pretty good, it could not come close to matching the clarity and brightness of the glass of the TA11 that I switched it out for.

I think the reticle is definitely thought out very well and fills a large void in the reticle arena that seems to be lacking on even most high end scopes. What he's saying is that he wants to see your awesome reticle on a scope with equally awesome glass, which it deserves to be paired with. I don't care what anyone says, but $200-$300 glass is not going to come close to matching the brightness and clarity/resolution of Alpha level glass. It's just not possible. Glass is one of those things that "You get what you pay for", and there is really no way around it.

If what you say is true, that you're looking into a higher tier glass quality, then I think this will open up a new market for you. I know that I would consider one of your scopes at that point. Not that you need to compete with S&B in the $3000+ range or anything (because at that point, you're paying for Brand, not better glass), but even the $600-$1000 range is a new tier. ED glass from Japan or even better, Germany, would be primo I believe you could do this for the $1000-$1500 range. And with your reticle, you've got a for sure winner in the higher end tier.

JMHO. Great job on the reticle man!
Thank you on the positive comment on the reticle.

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Old 03-22-2014, 3:22 PM
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Nice. I think I'm just going to have to learn how to use mils so I can use this properly.

Is this going to have a 30mm body like the mildot one?
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Nice. I think I'm just going to have to learn how to use mils so I can use this properly.

Is this going to have a 30mm body like the mildot one?
Yes same scope but with illumination.
What would you like to know? And how do you use moa now?




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When can I get one for my new Mossberg MVP Patrol .308?
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I get how Mildots work, more or less, I just "think" in inches/MOA. I'm going to have to get used to thinking in mils. Not really an information issue, just a training issue.
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I get how Mildots work, more or less, I just "think" in inches/MOA. I'm going to have to get used to thinking in mils. Not really an information issue, just a training issue.
What thoughts are you having in moa?

I shoot this day in day out and mils/moa is the last thing on my mind.

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Cant wait that long, but all good stuff I guess is worth waiting for
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I just realized this scope does not take any batteries.

Dimitri, is the reticle on this one illuminated for low-light hours?

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What is the width of the rear objective? Is it less than 2 inches (51mm)?

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Which mount do you recommend for a SCAR 16S? Thanks
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Dimitri, is the reticle on this one illuminated for low-light hours?

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This scope does take batteries and illuminates. Its the same 4-14 we sale now but illuminated.

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Will any of the 30mm ADM QD work or just a specific one? Sorry about the questions? It's going to be my first scope and mount so I want to make sure I have all the details so I can do a fast checkout when it's available. Thanks again.
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Dimitri,

Is this scope/reticle system strictly calibrated for .223/5.56 and .308 or will it also work for other calibers as well. I need a scope for my Rem 700 in 30-06 and was wondering if this will work and if not do you have plans for making an ACSS/HUD for the long action calibers like .270, 25-06, 30-06, .300, .338 etc? If you do not plan on the long action endeavor will your current PA 4-14x44 Mil/Mil FFP scope handle the recoil of a 30-06? I have read reviews of it failing horribly with the .338 Lapua but if it will hold up to 30-06 BR shooting and occasional hunting trips I might get it. I will wait for this one to put on my .308.

I also see that the boss chimed in here, have you had a chance to inquire about a discounted group buy on this scope as both you and he can see there seems to be interest per this thread, just curious if you passed it by him for consideration as I know another member brought it up earlier.
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Is this scope/reticle system strictly calibrated for .223/5.56 and .308 or will it also work for other calibers as well. I need a scope for my Rem 700 in 30-06 and was wondering if this will work and if not do you have plans for making an ACSS/HUD for the long action calibers like .270, 25-06, 30-06, 300, 338 etc? If you do not plan on the long action endeavor will your current PA 4-14x44 Mil/Mil FFP scope handle the recoil of a 30-06? I have read reviews of it failing horribly with the .338 Lapua but if it will hold up to 30-06 BR shooting and occasional hunting trips I might get it. I will wait for this one to put on my .308.

I also see that the boss chimed in here, have you had a chance to inquire about a discounted group buy on this scope as both you and he can see there seems to be interest per this thread, just curious if you passed it by him for consideration as I know another member brought it up earlier.
30-06 will work as long as your pushing the same pill at the same fps. What bullet are you shooting and at what fps?

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The pills will range from 168-175 SMK's and 190 Nosler CC. I'm not sure of the fps yet as I am in the load development stages using different powders to see what the rifle likes best. Wont have a chance to shoot them for a while. Also do not have a chrono, will have to hook up with a range buddy when I'm ready to test.
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The pills will range from 168-175 SMK's and 190 Nosler CC. I'm not sure of the fps yet as I am in the load development stages using different powders to see what the rifle likes best. Wont have a chance to shoot them for a while. Also do not have a chrono, will have to hook up with a range buddy when I'm ready to test.
175 at 2600-2650 your good to go. Or any of the loads I listed.

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Will any of the 30mm ADM QD work or just a specific one? Sorry about the questions? It's going to be my first scope and mount so I want to make sure I have all the details so I can do a fast checkout when it's available. Thanks again.
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Thank you, now if they will only get here, I'm missing out on some great shooting weather.....
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I haven't seen anything about a pre-order. If not, I'll just need to keep checking the website to see when they become available and swoop on one fast before they all sell out.

I'm really liking my 1-6 with same reticle, even though it is a Gen 1 version.
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I'm really liking my 1-6 with same reticle, even though it is a Gen 1 version.
The Gen 1 is great!

"I shot my PA 1-6 ACSS yesterday out to 800 yards with awesome results. I was shooting with a bipod and rear bag, from a bench, at man sized steel silhouette targets using 62 gr M855 factory rounds, with a 5-7 mph left to right wind. I used the built in bullet drop mark for each target, and used the built in 5mph wind hold dot exactly on the target. I made first round, and repeatable hits at 500, 600, and 700 yards, and it took me 2 shots to make a hit at 800, with repeatable hits following at 800. I was pleasantly surprised how accurate the bullet drop hash lines are on the ACSS reticle at long range! I was shooting with a couple buddies running Leupold Mk8 1-8 scopes, and needless to say, everyone was impressed with the PA 1-6 for the money. The more I shoot it, the more impressed I am with it."
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Old 04-19-2014, 10:49 PM
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Well, then I guess I'm waiting on the 1-6x FFP then. Gives me time to save up the $.

Any idea on battery life on the various ACSS scopes?
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Well, then I guess I'm waiting on the 1-6x FFP then. Gives me time to save up the $.

Any idea on battery life on the various ACSS scopes?
Depends on the model go to our web for info.
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