Mildot ret fitted to a Bushnell Elite 4200 8-32x40 ??

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  1. tman

    tman New Member

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    Does anyone know if you can get a mildot version or have a mildot ret fitted to a Bushnell Elite 4200 8-32x40 ??
    any help much appreciated
    regards
    tman :)
     
  2. Delphinus

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    I have sent 2 to the factory and they made the job but I read somewhere last year that they stop doing it.

    Try to contact them.
     
  3. WHIZZER

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    dave at staffordshire custom rifles does them;)
     
  4. bigwalk

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    Mill dot

    Dave at Stafordshire Custom Rifles , did mine last year . He uses a bushnell ret and it is a quality job .
     
  5. bigwalk

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    Milldot

    Wizzer and me must have been typeing at the same time !! But he can spell
     
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    ive no of 3 three and my mates hav got them in ft in the midlands might get mine snt off just wondering wots the costs at stafford
     
  7. bigwalk

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    Dave charged me £65 last year ,
     
  8. Adam

    Adam Active Member

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    I've got such a scope but I don't know who did the work. Looks as good as a factory job though.

    My guess is they used the ret from the 6-24x40.

    I haven't measured them but the dot spacings are on the large side at HFT mags, but useful for windage/trajectory dots at 32x. The 6-24x40 is true mildot at 12x i.e. half the maximum mag. Someone suggested that therefore in the 8-32 it might be true at 16x, which is logical.
     
  9. tman

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    Thanks for the heads up lads
    regards
    tman :)
     

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