Tract Optics? Also reticle choices, learning Mil-Mil, etc. April 16, 2018, 02:57:32 AM I was looking at YouTube and saw a review of a Tract Optics Toric 30mm 4-20x50 FFP MRAD scope.It has a multi-turn zero stop and turrets similar to the Weaver Super Slam (and my Nitrex TR2). The turrets can not rotate unless the cap is pulled out. Once you've dialed to where you need to be, pop the caps back down and the setting will remain the same unless the cap gets pulled out and twisted.I really like the turrets on my Nitrex TR2 so the Toric 30mm intrigues me if only for the turrets and zero stop. I used their website chat and asked if their multi-turn zero stop is what it sounds like, they said it does not limit the adjustment to one turn beyond the zero point. Sounds great to me.Now for the meat and potatoes, it's Japanese made but uses Schott high transmission glass and an ED lens. The reviews I have seen say that the scopes track nearly perfectly. It's FFP which I've never had. The reticle is illuminated but it seems to be a fairly plain cross hair with various MRAD hashes for range estimation, no Christmas tree.I've been thinking about getting a really nice scope for my Nucleus action but this one has a ton of features with a less than $1,200 asking price. It's making me want to take a chance on it in ways that an Athlon Chronus and Vortex Razor HD do not.Back to the reticle, this will be only my second Mil-Mil scope and I haven't used my first yet.I want to learn how to range with Mils and how to figure wind hold off.While I'm not going to wind up on the PRS circuit, I'm a bit intrigued by the Christmas tree reticles.Memorization is not my strong suit unless I'm using the info very frequently (as in much more often than I shoot). Is a Christmas tree reticles easy enough to learn and remember if you only shoot farther than 100 yards two or three times a year?A Christmas tree reticle is not an option with the Tract scope. I just want to make sure I don't need to hold out for one.