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I have an old Tasco Euro Class mil dot scope I have saved for the right rifle for many years now.  Problem is, I don't have the original owners manual and specification pages.  I want to put in my scopes data into my ballistic program but I have no idea of some of the things it requests like "what is the ranging magnification", "what is the first focal plane" and if this mildot scope is comparible to any other current mil dot reticle.   I use Strelok + ballistics program for my IPAD and could use some help if any of you can either tell me these things or point me in the right direction to find them out.  Appreciate any and all help.

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What is the power range of the scope?   If there is a dot on the power ring, say at 10X, that will be the power setting for the reticle. If there is no marking it is likely the max power setting. You will need to determine if the dials are mil. or moa. Check out the kink below for a lot of helpful information for using the mil - dot reticle. and welcome to the OT forum
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