The Night Force 5-25×56 ATACR Riflescope
The MOAR-T Reticle
Nightforce Optics has added a new reticle to its ATACR line of riflescopes for shooters looking at targets from extreme distances.
The ATACR is a riflescope with unprecedented long-range capability and image quality and the new MOAR-T reticle only makes things clearer. The MOAR-T reticle improves upon the original MOAR version.
The first version of the Nightforce MOAR featured 1 MOA elevation and windage markings, with more accurate range finding and hold-offs possible on smaller targets at longer ranges. Combined with a floating center crosshair, this makes for the MOAR extremely fast and easy to use in the field.
MOAR reticles in Nightforce 5.5-22x and 8-32x NXS models have a 20 MOA scale below centerline (at left). Reticles in 3.5-15x models have an additional 10 MOA scale below center.
When Nightforce customers asked for a finer version of the MOAR reticle for even more precision at incredibly long ranges, the MOAR-T was developed. The MOAR-T features .0625 MOA lines, with 1 MOA elevation and windage markings. It also allows accurate range-finding and holdover estimation at the longest distances with center illumination only.
The MOAR-T reticle will not cover up the target.
As for the ATACR itself, the 34mm tube allows 120 MOA/34.9 Mils of elevation adjustment — 20 percent more than the most capable NXS. Fully multi-coated ED glass results in light transmission values of over 90 percent, brilliant images and exceptional color contrast. A magnification range of 5x to 25x, and a wider field of view as a result of its unique optical prescription (17.96 feet at 5x) will cover virtually any situation a shooter could encounter.
All this power comes in a compact package, too, measuring just 14.3 inches in length. Nightforce’s patented ZeroStop is standard in the ATACR.
For more information on the MOAR-T Reticle and other products from Nightforce, visit: http://www.nightforceoptics.com
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