There are quite a few reasons I like the Primary Arms offerings: Quality, affordability, durability, eye relief, clarity, and so on.
BUT…..the foundational reason I really like these scopes (I have one on my ‘go to’ AR and one on my semi-precision .308 Savage) is the ACSS reticle.
These scopes are meant to be zero’d at 100 yards, and from there, the Bullet Drop Compensator (BDC) for your caliber let’s you shoot your target without making another scope adjustment. Saves time, which is really important.
The first pic is on my 1X6 ACSS mounted on my, ‘Go To’ AR.
Now, do I believe I’ll make 800 yard shots with a 62gr m855? No, but I may make 500 yard shots more times than not with this phenomenal scope from a prone and clear line of sight. I also am very comfortable with the ‘CQB’ donut. I also appreciate the 5…
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