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New MIL tree reticle FML-PDKI designed for March 5-40×56 Genll Scope

Posted 04/08/2021

FML-PDKI, the updated tree reticle of FML-PDK(for 4.5-28×52), is specially designed for 5-40x56Genll MIL models.

We are happy to announce that we now have a new MIL tree reticle FML-PDKI for 5-40x56Genll.

(* FML-PDKI reticle can be assembled into the non-illuminated 5-40x56Genll MIL model

and also the original 5-40×56 illuminated and non-illuminated MIL models as well.)

 

◆ FML-PDK for non-illuminated 4.5-28×52 

FML-PDK was originally designed for non-illuminated 4.5-28×52 by avid PRS shooters in the USA. 

Floating 0.05MIL center dot and the fine 0.03MIL vertical and horizontal lines

with 0.2MIL subtension throughout is a simple and sophisticated reticle.

Technically non-illuminated lines can be made finer.

In order to achieve a fine line for FML-PDK, this reticle is for non-illuminated 4.5-28×52 scope only. 

FML-PDK is received well by many shooters.

 

 

 

 

◆ FML-PDKI for non-illuminated & illuminated 5-40x56Genll

After we announced FML-PDK reticle, we received requests to make it illuminated

and also to make it a little more visible so that this reticle can be used for hunting as well.

The basic concept of FML-PDKI is the same as FML-PDK.

The horizontal and vertical lines of FML-PDKI are 0.04MIL thick which is slightly thicker than that of FML-PDK(0.03MIL).

Also the center dot of FML-PDKI is 0.075MIl large which is slightly larger than that of FML-PDK(0.05MIL).

Solid horizontal lines in the tree part of FML-PDK are dot based in the FML-PDKI to achieve a non-cluttered image.

FML-PDKI is a perfect choice for hunting as well as for competitions. 

(* FML-PDKI reticle can be assembled into the non-illuminated 5-40x56Genll MIL model

and also the original 5-40×56 illuminated and non-illuminated MIL models as well. Subtension will remain the same.)

 

The image in the left above is non-illuminated.

 

 

 

We are a small custom manufacturer, but we try our best to live up to each and every shooter’s requirements. 

— March Scopes —


Written by : Mari Morita

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