Reticle ELCAN SpecterM145, mod.M145C for M240 / M249 machine gun re article?

Feb 21, 2013
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What information are you looking for? I'm a weapons squad leader and have a few TMs laying around here somewhere I might be able to find the answer in
 
Oct 2, 2010
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angular dimensions the reticle M240 / M249 for ELCAN M145C
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What information are you looking for? I'm a weapons squad leader and have a few TMs laying around here somewhere I might be able to find the answer in
What information are you looking for? I'm a weapons squad leader and have a few TMs laying around here somewhere I might be able to find the answer in
 
Feb 21, 2013
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18
Texas
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Ok so what I came up with is the gaps in the reticle are calibrated to show 60 inches tall and 39 inches wide and the corresponding distance shows sitting on the horizontal. My quick math(please check it) gives me these values for the "spaces" between the lines for both the vertical and horizontal, all given in mils.


500m= 3.04 tall, 1.98 wide
700m= 2.17 tall, 1.41 wide
800m= 1.90 tall, 1.23 wide
900m= 1.69 tall, 1.10 wide
1000m= 1.52 tall, 0.99 wide
1100m= 1.38 tall, 0.90 wide
1200m= 1.27 tall, 0.82 wide

Again, that's in mils and thats my quick math based off of how the reticle is designed to be used. The Army has a tendency to work in "target sizes" as much as they can, I guess its quicker/easier for the average guy to be effective with. I hope this answer helps some.
 
Oct 2, 2010
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Hi, I talked about angular magnitudes MOA or Milrad.


Ok so what I came up with is the gaps in the reticle are calibrated to show 60 inches tall and 39 inches wide and the corresponding distance shows sitting on the horizontal. My quick math(please check it) gives me these values for the "spaces" between the lines for both the vertical and horizontal, all given in mils.


500m= 3.04 tall, 1.98 wide
700m= 2.17 tall, 1.41 wide
800m= 1.90 tall, 1.23 wide
900m= 1.69 tall, 1.10 wide
1000m= 1.52 tall, 0.99 wide
1100m= 1.38 tall, 0.90 wide
1200m= 1.27 tall, 0.82 wide

Again, that's in mils and thats my quick math based off of how the reticle is designed to be used. The Army has a tendency to work in "target sizes" as much as they can, I guess its quicker/easier for the average guy to be effective with. I hope this answer helps some.