This is the MOA reticle version (my preference in a scope... just me, nothing against Mil/Mil scopes).
Design: Excellent, but "eye box" is more critical than I would like for such an expensive scope, expecially at higher magnifications. Just a nit, but this is a pricey scope. Eye box should be better. The scope is, overall, compact and well put together. Nice packaging.
Turrets: Clicks audible/tactile. Zero stop/set is excellent. 100MOA both windage and elevation (nearly exactly, based upon mechanical zero calibration). Elevation is 25MOA/per turn. Reminds me of EREK turret on USOptics.
Tracking: Based upon charts and rulers, the scope adjustments are as true as my eye can tell at 100 yards.
This is a precision instrument.
Glass (overall quality): Excellent. It is on a par with the finest, top of the line scopes. CA is virtually non-existant, edge to edge is clean, clarity is superior.
Reticle: FMA-1. MOA reticle with MOA adjustments... I love it. At 3x, the reticle is a little small, but with the illumination "ON", there are no problems for me.
Low light operation: At 12-15x, low light operation is exceptional... above that there is noticeable "dimming". The small objective is a "negative", in my book. I've used some of the Air Force "eye charts" and one can certainly exceed legal hunting hours with this scope. It is NOT the "astronomical quality" of my Hensoldt 6-24x72. Understandable, but a little disappointing for me in low light conditions above 15x.
Electronics: The illuminated reticle is outstanding. Though I am a big fan of "tuneable" control, the 4-position light settings are superb.
Generally, this March Tactical scope is of extreme quality and I can't really find anything "wrong" with it. It has some features I truly love and wish were available on my Hensoldt. It has some disappointments, most significantly the eyebox and low light performance.
On my 7mmSTW, it helps create a truly superior shooting instrument that any fine/long range rifleman will appreciate and enjoy.
Truthfully, I've thought a couple of times about exchanging this scope for a USOptics or a 4-16 or 3-12Hensoldt. I've changed my mind. The 7mmSTW is an extreme long range gun and the 3-24March allows me to take advantage (easy advantage) of all the "legs" the gun has. It has a permanent home and I am glad to have it. It is not perfect, but even the Hensoldt is not perfect (2nd FP and mil reticle/1CMper100meter adjustments, no "zero reset"). The March is well designed, well constructed, easy to "get behind" and easy to use. A lot to love...
Though my wife did not purchase this scope for me, she did tell me to "get whatever you want". The more I use it, the more I want it. Very fortunate to have this optical masterpiece at my disposal...