Mostly out of habit I have like many always purchased SFP scopes.
I had at many times used FFP and was well aware of the up and down sides of both.
Modern times has enabled scope manufactures to make the radical lines even finer on scopes making the FFP more attractive.
The Vortex on one of my RPR is a good scope , but it was not serving my needs at longer ranges. Decided to move it to a 308 and buy a new scope . After a long search and comparing needs , cost and quality Athlon won.
Athlon Optics Argos BTR 6-24x50mm FFP. It was missing one thing I wanted but I know how to fix that. It had no zero stop but that can be over come with a simple trick.
The radical while a bit busy will fit my needs for different rounds at ranges beyond a 1,000 yards and work well with the 20 MOA rail.
So now back to school , learn a new scope. For now I will limit the weapon to 120 and 140 match Hornady to keep it simple.
My vortexes have served me well and will do so for years to come. just this time the Athlon stood out
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