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Deer hunting in NC.  Most shots will be from 30 - 200 yards with the occassional one out to a max distance of 400.  Which reticle would you prefer?

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Neither... I like the #4 or variations of such. As a matter of fact, I just sent a Leupy VX3 in to the custom shop to have a duplex reticle replaced with the post & duplex reticle. More gooder... IMO.
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I have the BRH in a Z3.  It is one of my favorites.

400 yards probably puts you past MPBR, so the drop hashes could be useful.
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is the brh visible in low light?

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Yes, but it is not super thick.
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Originally posted by bugsNbows bugsNbows wrote:

Neither... I like the #4 or variations of such. As a matter of fact, I just sent a Leupy VX3 in to the custom shop to have a duplex reticle replaced with the post & duplex reticle. More gooder... IMO.

The heavier crosshairs in the 4A reticle in my 3-9x36 are fantastic in low light. 
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