Nightforce Adds New MRAD Reticle Options -The Firearm Blog

Nightforce Adds New MRAD Reticle Options -The Firearm Blog

Nightforce has added some new MRAD reticle options. The Mil-XT reticle is now offered for their 4-14×50 SHV F1 scope, and the Tremor 5 is available in two models. Let’s zoom in on these new reticles to see what they offer. 

Nightforce @ TFB:

The Mil-XT reticle is (as the name hints) a miliradian-based, Christmas tree-style option. This couples a traditional crosshair with hash marks with an array of windage marks. The new 4-14×50 F1 is in stock at retailers now at a price of $1,290.

Unlike the Mil-XT, which is a proprietary Nightforce reticle, the Tremor 5 is a Horus product that is licensed to various manufacturers. Horus is already well known for their H-59 and other Tremor reticles. The Tremor 5 differs from those previous offerings by simplifying and reducing the number of marks in the reticle. Though it is less cluttered than previous Tremor reticles, the 5 does maintain the Time Of Flight Wind Dots. Nightforce offers the Tremor 5 in the ATACR 7-35×56 F1 and NX8 4-32×50 F1. Look for those in stock soon at a dealer near you.

Nightforce Adds New MRAD Reticle Options

Nightforce Mil-XT reticle

Nightforce Adds New MRAD Reticle Options

Horus Tremor 5 reticle


From the manufacturer:

The TREMOR5™ reticle is designed to provide the basic capabilities of the TREMOR3™ reticle but with a more clear field of view. Removing the Rapid Range bars and moving target holds makes this reticle ideal for competition shooting. Retaining the 0.2 milliradian Horus Grid, patented time of flight wind dots, and TREMOR™ milling Chevrons it’s ideal for those looking to engage multiple targets at various ranges, quickly and accurately.



The MIL-XT™ has a simple center dot for a fine aiming point at center, while the main lines feature .2 Mil-Radian holds. Each whole Mil-Radian is numbered for fast reference under even stressful conditions. 

Below center, whole Mil-Radian intersections feature a floating dot. Dots are placed at .2 Mil-Radian increments, while whole Mil-Radians are increased in size for fast counting. Additional marks are placed at half Mil-Radian increments as well. Numbers below center alternate in size for easy counting and verification of appropriate hold points. 

This reticle was designed for the competitive and field shooter, and is certain to give a competitive edge to anyone who uses it.

All images from Nightforce.

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