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Peerun   

I don't understand.
What does reticle size have to do with this, surely the fact that you can scale the reticle to be bigger or smaller means that you can scale it so that it is either bigger or smaller.

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Gews   
1 hour ago, Peerun said:

I don't understand.
What does reticle size have to do with this, surely the fact that you can scale the reticle to be bigger or smaller means that you can scale it so that it is either bigger or smaller.

Reticle needs to be a specific size for the rangefinder / bullet drop compensation to work. If you don't have 'focus zoom' then things appear smaller. And even if you make the image 4x larger the resulting sizes are still small. And so you need a small reticle.

 

For another example, TA01NSN will look this size, at 4x from ~91 deg FOV:

 

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4x from a ~58 deg FOV ('focus zoom') it would look like this:

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