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A friend had that exact scope and reticle on a Baer .264 AR. He had it in heavy Baer mounts on his rifle. Definitely not a QD option.
He loved it. His gig was shooting clay pigeons as reactive targets.
I shot it a few times. I'm not a great shot, but it was fun to be able to shoot a clay pigeon 6 times and break off chunks of it at 550 yards in a called fashion.
My heavy long range plinking gun is a .308, and I have the bigger NSX on it with the mildot reticle. Its a lot busier and not as good target shooting option for ammo testing (its more for PRS type stuff for me- but was designed around sniping.)
The pros are that its a very uncluttered reticle. The scope is repeatable. Good glass quality.
very heavy scope.
difficult to acquire targets at range due to small FOV.
In your case, the scope might outweigh the barrel.
I am not sure how well a QD mount will hold up with that heavy a scope for fine adjustment. QD means that there is movement by design.
In your case, I'd say that you will probably be very happy with the scope- but that your ideas as to what is really accurate might change.
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I have owned/shot a couple of the 12-42.
They were actually designed for Benchrest .
While there are Benchrest matches at longer distances (500, 1000)
The vast majority are 100, 200 300.
The amount of mirage at the longer ranges (500+) will very likely limit the effective use of the higher power this scope provides/.
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