Congratulations to Declan Barlow (age 13, Australia) for all the achievements he made with the March 8-80×56 Majesta Scope
Shooting video of March 8-80×56 Majesta Scope by John Masek (F-Class John on YouTube) who is the F-Open NRA Middle Range (600 yard) US National Champion 2023!
Riflescope usage survey at the F Class US Nationals 2023
“BEST LPVO EVER? – Review of MARCH 1-10×24 FFP SHORTY Scope with Dual reticle” by 110 SASS Actual
110 SASS Actual reviewed our original MARCH 1-10×24 FFP SHORTY Scope with Dual reticle. We also have a capped turret model. All March Scopes have parallax adjustment from 10 yards to infinity except for a few models. (ELR Genesis models can be adjusted from 20m to infinity. 1-4×24 SFP scope and 1-8×24 shorty FFP scope have a fixed 100 yard parallax.) Please check their video below if you are interested to learn how our LPVO performs. (*We launched 1-10×24 FFP SHORTY Scope Genll with shuriken lock turrets this March. The differences are the tube diameter and the turrets.)
Dual Reticle has advantages of both SFP and FFP reticle. It has the convenience of the FFP reticle scale which magnifies and reduces according to the magnification and the usability of the SFP reticle with the constant thickness (to the eye not the scale value) of the line as the magnification changes. Placing the daylight bright fiber dot illumination to the Second Focal plane reticle ensures that the illuminated dot is usable across the entire magnification range; from a dot sight at low magnifications to a precise illuminated dot for long range precision shooting at higher magnifications with the use of the scale.
We will accept their feedback positively for future consideration. Also the images at 10x in the video looks fuzzy, but you can see the clear image at 6:12 in the video. (It is always so much better to see through your naked eye for all the scopes!)
For your reference, there are other videos showing the dual reticle in the 1-10×24 shorty FFP scope.