Reticle subtension of March 5-42×56 FFP High Master-Wide Angle Scope

Posted 02/18/2020

Since the SHOT Show 2020 launch, the March 5-42×56 FFP High Master-Wide Angle Scope

has got a lot of shooters talking about this scope’s unique capabilities.  

We are receiving many inquiries regarding the subtension of the reticles.



3 choices of reticle are first focal plane (FFP) design intended for competition
with precise holdovers without overpowering the sight picture.

Center dot and cross are illuminated with .2 mrad and .5 mrad hash marks.
Outside of the 2 mrad mark, the small hashes below the main line are at the same 0.2 mrad increment.  
There is a small gap to the right of the 2 mrad mark. 
Then the thicker line starts at 2.2mrad and goes on: 2.4, 2.6, 2.8, 3, etc.
0.5 mrad hashes above the main line will help with quick lead holds.

Reticles are specially designed for this scope and you can choose from 3 designs : FML-3, FML-TR1, FML-MT.







Subtention for FML-TR1 and FML-3

You can tell the dimension and subtension for FML-3 from the above image as well.

Just take off the tree part and the scale will be the same.


Subtension for FML-MT


Have fun shooting 😉


Written by : Mari Morita


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