06-23-2016, 01:25 PM
Thanks, yeah, the ruggedness was pretty much my primary concern. The main reason I was attracted to it was the low entry barrier for night vision, without needing a second scope for daytime.
I'm already familiar enough not to mix mils and moa, talk about a zeroing drop and windage nightmare! I'm thoroughly familiar with how MOA works, and all my ballistics calculators return MOA so I'm definitely looking MOA.
i also know the effect that a large objective lens has on light collection, and was thinking that 50mm or larger was my target range for glass, albeit that usually puts them into the expensive category.
I suppose when it comes to glass, beyond clarity one of the things I am looking for is the reticle to zoom too, so the MOA dots are accurate.