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I want to shoot 100-600 yards. What reticle do you guys recommend? I like the looks of the CH-3. I'm used to a target dot and the 1 MOA space could be helpful. But do I need something with more elevation marks in the reticle?
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I have both the np-2dd and the ch-2 and my buddy has the ch-3 and the ch-1 and even thou we started with the dots we both like the standard ch-1 the best. It just seems easier to get on target. We shoot 200-1000 yd comp. and I shoot the 2dd out to 2 miles praire dog hunting. Just my opinion and I don't think you need any more elevation for what your doing it just gives you more marks to get screwed up with.
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I have the CH-3 on 2 BR Nightforces and am very pleased with the reticle. I shoot 100,300, and 500 yard groundhog matches.
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My vote goes for the NP2DD for target work. Those Nightforce crosshairs are very, and I do mean VERY fine.
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The Ch-1 is very fine, and it has the advantage of being easy to hold off by incremental amounts at long range very easily. I now have two BR models with the NP2DD which is great for score shooting.
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I have used the CH-3 for mid and long range F-class, it has worked very well for me, if you are a little older or have vision problems, you may want to with something a little larger.