Special-purpose rifle scope reticles are not exactly a new invention. For example, the common duplex-reticle-based, mil-dot design has been around since the 1970s. Ballistic Drop Compensating (BDC) configurations are much older than that. However, modern reticles that feature extensive aiming grids and ranging scales are direct descendants of Horus Vision’s hunting-scope reticles.
Primary Arms Optics has released a new ACSS Griffin X MIL reticle option for the SLx 1-8x24 mm FFP Rifle Scope.
Now American Tactical is introducing two new 6mm ARC rifle models.
Hawke Optics recently introduced two new Sidewinder riflescopes that feature 30 mm main tubes and MOA reticles with first and second focal plane reticles.
Designed as a realistic training and plinking option, the Air Venturi line of licensed Springfield Armory C02 pistols now has a classic, mil-spec 1911 model.