First Focal Plane Scopes Explained - With Two HAWKE Scopes
18th Apr 2019
Hey Guys want to understand First Focal Plane Scopes better? Check out this little explanation of how they work compared to standard reticle scopes. In this example we are using two Hawke scopes. Hawke makes great optics but the principals explained here will apply to any first focal plane scope.
What makes first focal plane so cool is that the mill dots grow together with the rest of the sight picture. So if the shooter knows that a particular mill dot works for a known distance that wont change no matter what the zoom setting is changed to. Just watch the video and you will understand!
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