Call Leupold Custom shop - the windage adjustments on the M3 scopes do 1/2moa so they may be able to ust the parts from the windage turret to make that work for you. I think the idea is more that police traditionally have engaged only one target at a time with more time to set up and more need for precision. The M3 is designed for military to engage multiple targets under stress and not get lost in the dial in corrections. I think that we had better re-think the deal and be prepared to engage multiple targets. I would like to redesign a reticle using the TMR but adding 10mph and 20mph wind marks like the varmit reticle and using a narrow bottom post with lines farther down like using heavier cross lines for 200yds 400yds 600yds 800yds hold over .308 kind of like IOR NATO then leave the top above the 5th mil open like a draganof reticle
||Illuminated Tactical Milling Reticle (TMR)|
OR Here is one I know you will want.
U.S. Optics Tactical Scopes > Scope Model: SN-3
photos-------- http://www.usoptics.com/gallery/display.php?t=bycat&q=SN -3&nr=28&st=0&upto=12&p=1
EREK 1/2MOA std
This scope can be tailored to your individual, department, or agenciesí needs/specifications--a tremendous advantage to Military and LE personnel.
Powers - 1.8-10x, 3.2-17x, 3.8-22x.
Eyepiece - rapid focus and extra long eye relief.
Eyepiece housing - Std and Low Profile.
Tube - 30mm, 35mm, 40mm.
W&E Turrets - US#1 target .25MOA/clk, EREK tactical .25MOA/clk and .5MOA/clk
Reticles - Milliradian and English, multiple styles. Custom reticles available.
Objectives - 44mm fixed, 44mm ERGO, 44mm ERGO Low Profile, 58mm ERGO.
Parallax/Focus control - Fixed, ERGO (objective focus), T-Pal (side focus).
Edited by Urimaginaryfrnd