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A reticle, or reticule (from Latin reticulum, meaning 'net'), also known as a graticule (from Latin craticula, meaning 'gridiron'), is a net of fine lines or fibers in the eyepiece of a sighting device, such as a telescope, a telescopic sight, a microscope, or the screen of an oscilloscope. Today, engraved lines or embedded fibers may be replaced by a computer-generated image superimposed on a screen or eyepiece. Both terms may be used to describe any set of lines used for optical measurement, but in modern use reticle is most commonly used for gunsights and such, while graticule is more widely used for the covers of oscilloscopes and similar roles.
There are many variations of reticles; this article concerns itself mainly with a simple reticle: crosshairs. Crosshairs are most commonly represented as intersecting lines in the shape of a cross, "+", though many variations exist, including dots, posts, circles, scales, chevrons, or a combination of these. Most commonly associated with telescopic sights for aiming firearms, crosshairs are also common in optical instruments used for astronomy and surveying, and are also popular in graphical user interfaces as a precision pointer. The reticle is said to have been invented by Robert Hooke, and dates to the 17th century. Another candidate as inventor is the amateur astronomer William Gascoigne, who predated Hooke.
Updated - Priced to move. Bills to pay.
I've got a Trijicon ACOG here. The model is a TA31H (red horseshoe reticle) and it also comes with a Killflash anti-reflection device. All of the paperwork, in the original box, and the warranty card is unused. The sticker's still in there, no less. I've...
For sale: a like new in original box Swamp Fox Blade with green reticle. This is a sturdy 1x25 prism with a bullet rise compensating reticle designed for CQB and precision within 25 yards.
I got this one in trade and I cannot use it due to my astigmatism. I have tested and it works perfectly.
By holding the (-) button for 3 seconds you can toggle between a 2 MOA dot, a 65 MOA circle, or a combination of both. It also has shake-awake and auto off. By holding the (+) button for 3...
Includes scope, never used but mounted, in original box. Great little LPVO at an incredible price. Also includes an Aero Precision Ultralight scope mount ($75 value). PM or text Scott @ 805-443-1391 with questions or offers.
This rifle scope is part of our SLx optics line. SLx...
For sale is a brand new in box Osprey Worldwide Compact Tactical 3-9x42 Mildot scope.
It has an illuminated reticle and comes with mounting rings, tools, and manual.
Looking to trade for 9mm ammo, or will take a cash offer.
Must pick up in Beaverton/Tigard area.
SIghtmark CoreTX 8.5-25x50MR scope
Awesome scope, better glass than the Vortex (at same price point)
Had this on an AR and took a couple trips to the range. No problems, excellent scope.... my only beef is that all my other scopes are in MILS and this is MOA.
Gets confusing at times.
incredible Optic!!! had it on my SAW M249 sold it a while back and have been wanting to put in on an AR but now im building an AR pistol...
-M240/M249 illuminated reticle approx. 6 brightness settings
-super clear glass!!!
-no blemishes on the glass no scratches
-battery cover has...
This scope could pass as new, but I did take the sticker off. Mounted only once before I quickly realized that it was way too much magnification to my needs. Comes with box and papers. The scope is in excellent condition. Included are Nikon lens caps.
$300 picked up from Clackamas.
Barely used (2 shooting trips) and mounted carefully with proper torque so as to not scratch the tube. Near perfect condition. Bought to get into precision rifle shooting comps. That never happened and now I have no time for it. Already sold the rifle, now selling the optic.
I have 2...
In excellent condition, like new, no box. I have 3 of these excellent .22 scopes. The turrets on this model really stand out. Clarity and build quality is excellent.
The last 3 pictures are for reference only. Sale is for the Nikon scope only.
$110 picked up from Clackamas. $120 shipped!
Was reading a review on a scope I have coming, the Sightron STAC 4-20x50 MOA. As the name would imply, this has a MOA reticle, with spacing between hash marks or 2 MOA at max power. At minimum power, that spacing is 10 MOA. But here's the real reason for this post.
A statement was made in...
For sale is a Leupold Mark AR 1.5-4x20 riflescope, green Firedot SPR reticle. Elevation turret says .223 Rem 55gr 3100 FPS.
I had it mounted on my Sig MPX, decided a red dot works better for me on that gun. Everything works including the firedot. Very good to excellent cosmetic condition. Lost...
things I have for trade...
Magpul MBUIS polymer sights
Mapgul MS3 sling grey
Ken Farrell steel scope rings 30mm
Eotech XPS2-2 holographic optic
2 x 30rd Pmags one with window, the other without
not firearm related:
Bell RS-1 helmet with extra visors (matte black)
US Optics SN-4 1.5-6x with JNG MIL reticle
In great condition with very little use, original factory packaging with QC/data sheet. Priced to move at $725 shipped! [TRADED]
I bought this scope about 7 years ago, mounted it on my AR and shot ~200 rounds at the range, and it's been sitting in the...
Newest reticle, Vortex Razor Gen II 4.5-27x56mm
Take notice this has the newest reticle the EBR-7C in mil (MRAD) and comes in the new packaging from Vortex... none of the discounted Razor's have this new reticle.