Swarovski BRH vs Ballistic Turret

weaver

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I had the ballistic turret and it worked with no issues. That said I think I would go with the brh reticle if I bought another Swarovski. You can only get around 600yds out of the BT anyways since it only goes one revolution. Also wouldn't have to worry that it's tracking properly.

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7stw

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I'm in the same spot. About to pull the trigger on a new z5 but I'm considering one with the 4w reticle and a custom set of turrets from the outdoorsmans. Still researching but interested what other options I need to consider. I really don't like the Christmas tree type reticles although Swarovski's brh and brx aren't nearly as busy as some on the market.


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I'm leaning towards the BRH, mainly due to the fact that my own hunting preferences will prevent me from ever taking a shot out past 500 yards.i don't imagine I would need ballistic turrets for those ranges.
 

JCohHTX

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Resurrecting this old thread, since I am now in the same quandary and have successfully used the search function. OP, what did you decide and how did it work out? Anyone else have any thoughts? I am looking at the Swaro Z5 on a Tikka 300 wm. Mainly for use on elk and mule deer. I don't expect to shoot game past 600 yards with this setup, and most shots will probably be more like 300.
 
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