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Bushnell DOA Reticle

by RifleShooter Staff   |  September 23rd, 2010 1


A new ballistic-compensating reticle from Bushnell, the DOA 600, has a “rack bracket” measuring unit designed into the reticle that allows hunters to more accurately judge antler width on game. Etched glass reticles are easy to see in low light and are unaffected by recoil.

Calibrated for popular centerfire calibers with aiming points at 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600 yards. The new reticles will be available in a broad range of Trophy and Elite series scopes.

Bushnell, 913-752-3400

  • Longrifleman

    You don't say what the drop is for each line in inch. or minute of angle. Or what round at what speed they are set up for(bullet/load comb. as you put it). I have a scope with DOA600 and one with CF500 reticles. I can find no info on them. Everyone I know had to set up targets a different distances and try every one. Just hoping you could get me close first. Thanks.

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