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    Posted: March/06/2012 at 17:02
Here are the Subtensions for all the different scopes we currently offer. Click the icons below to see the full subtensions.
 
SWFA SS 1-4x24:
   
 
SWFA SS HD 1-6x24
 
SWFA SS 3-9x42MQ:
 
SWFA SS 10x42 HD:
 
SWFA SS 5-20x50 MQ:
 
SWFA SS Classic Mil-Quad Series:
 
SWFA SS Classic Mil-Dot (MOA Knobs) Series: 
        

SWFA SS Classic MOA-Quad Series:
100x100_10MOA.jpg (101×100) 



SWFA SS Classic 3-15X42 Series:
      100x100_315FFPMOA.jpg (101×100)   


Edited by Chris Farris II - June/25/2018 at 14:27



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Could you make this a sticky post?  Questions about this seem to come up often and it would be nice to easily find it.  Maybe put it under F.A.Q.?
 
You might also include the old Mil dot diagrams from the 3-9 and fixed powers for reference too?  Just a thought.
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Originally posted by FireEMT5 FireEMT5 wrote:

Could you make this a sticky post?  Questions about this seem to come up often and it would be nice to easily find it.  Maybe put it under F.A.Q.?
 
You might also include the old Mil dot diagrams from the 3-9 and fixed powers for reference too?  Just a thought.
 
I agree.  I just bought a 3-9 with the old reticle from the Sample List and, while I realize what the distance from center dot to center dot is, being an information junkie I would enjoy learning what the late Mr. Harvey called...the rest of the story.  Good day.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote doublechaz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2012 at 22:07
Yes, please post or link the old reticle as well.  I have an older 10 HD.  Thanks so much for keeping this forum for us.
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Hopefully I'm not stepping on anyone's toes, but someone was kind enough to email me the dimensions of the old 3-9x42 and the 10x42HD, so I thought I'd pass along the favor.

 
 
 
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Could we get you to double check the file you put up for the SS 5-20?  It doesn't seem to match the card that came with my 5-20?
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I just updated the 5-20 file. Check it out.
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Well done Sir!  Many thanks.  Ask and ye shall receive!
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Just thought I would put the 3-15 in here as well!
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Hello Sir,

I have had the chance recently to handle and use a lot of rifle scopes.  I am amazed of the current quality of optics on the market today.  I love the SS Scope line.  I have recently used scopes with the H58 & H59 Horus Reticles and Vortex XLR.  I was going to check if anyone has brought up the idea of having either a mil gridded hold over pattern or possibly the ability to order your scope with a Horus Reticle.


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Originally posted by Shadow7 Shadow7 wrote:

Hello Sir,

I have had the chance recently to handle and use a lot of rifle scopes.  I am amazed of the current quality of optics on the market today.  I love the SS Scope line.  I have recently used scopes with the H58 & H59 Horus Reticles and Vortex XLR.  I was going to check if anyone has brought up the idea of having either a mil gridded hold over pattern or possibly the ability to order your scope with a Horus Reticle.

That is not something that is being entertained.
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Welcome to Optics Talk!

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Data Book from http://www.stormtactical.com/stu.htm
Here's the sample.  We have sent them several other reticels as well, but this is the first one they have completed.
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Thank you for your response.  I have been looking at SWFA for years now but just decided to try the forum.


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Added, the 1-4X24 IR, Classic MOA-Quad, and all of the 3-15X42 Series to the original post.
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One question of wanted to ask:
Why do the MOA and MI reticle make different choices about having the floating center dot?

In my view, the lack of the dot is the only way in which the MIL isn't preferable to the MOA.

If the MIL-quads would float a center dot, they would be, in my opinion-- PERFECT.
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