Well, at first I thought the 2 MOA spacing was kind of odd and that they should have done 1 MOA
However, after running a Leica with the IBS reticle with 1 MOA spacing I see the logic of the 2MOA spacing as it is easier to pick them up for normal hunting distances...
(I am also more a Mil guy than an MOA)
You can use the reticle to check a bucks rack, done this a lot of times with mil reticles and MOA reticles. Say for a MOA reticle, you have a buck at 200 yards and you put the reticle to check the width of the rack. At 100 yards say it's a 20" wide rack, that would be 20 MOA, at 200 yards it would 10 MOA. In the case of a 2MOA spaced reticle it would mean 5 hash marks.
battling a sinus infection and lack of sleep, so, bare with me!
Edited by ccoker - January/11/2014 at 12:12