Nightforce Adds New Velocity Series Reticles

In response to demand for additional designs of their Velocity…

In response to demand for additional designs of their Velocity series reticles, Nightforce is now offering new reticles engineered for precision shooting to 1000 yards. This will expand the popular Velocity series to the company’s higher magnification riflescopes as well as provide solutions for the fastest magnums and other flat-shooting cartridges.
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Virtually all modern rifle cartridges will adapt to one of the Nightforce Velocity reticles, with minimal point-of-impact deviation from the reticle’s markings. Once the range of the target is known, the shooter merely chooses the corresponding elevation mark and aims dead on. The Velocity reticles are marked in 50-yard elevation increments to 800 yards, and 25-yard increments from 800 to 1000 yards. Windage compensation is marked in 5mph increments.

Nightforce Velocity series reticles were created for applications where maximum speed and accuracy is critical. They are up to twice as fast as traditional designs, since there is no need for drop charts, elevation adjustments, complicated calculations or guessing at holdover. An online ballistic calculator allows the shooter to enter their specific cartridge details; it then indicates the specific Velocity reticle that most closely matches their ballistics.

Nightforce Velocity reticles are clean and uncluttered, providing the ultimate in speed and accuracy. All Nightforce riflescopes come standard with illuminated reticles.

For more information contact Nightforce Optics at Nightforceoptics.com.

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  • red barbarossa

    What’s the big deal? Hawke Optics has had this style of reticle for years. Hawke also offers a free ballistic program to support its reticle so the shooter can match the reticle to any caliber, any load, any bullet weight, even air rifles. The Hawke optics are terrific too and priced much less than Nightforce.

    If you have never closely examined a Hawke scope, you are missing the boat. I have traded off my Leupolds, Burris and Bushnells and now use Hawke. Thanks to the Hawke Tactical scope with SR6 reticle, I shot a 3″ group at 425-yards with my 6.5 Grendel. Don’t get hung up on heavily advertised brand names. Try something new.

  • SSG Martuszewski

    They are up to twice as fast as traditional designs, since there is no need for drop charts, elevation adjustments, complicated calculations or guessing at holdover. An online ballistic calculator allows the shooter to enter their specific cartridge details; it then indicates the specific Velocity reticle that most closely matches their ballistics.

    So what your saying is, their is no need for ballistic drop off charts. Use the online ballistic calculator to find what ret. most closely matchs the round being fired, but close in my book is not dead on which is whta it needs to be within a snipers optic. And lets not even get into if the ret. was built in the states, and then all the hold offs are way off/wrong when you come to Afghanistan and at 3500 feet elv.

    Man Nightforce is a great scope company, but miss the boat on this one by days.