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Provided one does their homework by calculating ballistic drop and practicing at the range, is it effective to use mil dots as holdovers for quick shots? Or would one be better served using a BDC recticle like Nikoplex or Leupold's B&C? I understand that mil dot was designed for ranging a target, but it seems to me with practice they would make effective holdovers, especially the TMR type recticles.  Sorry if this has been covered before.

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