The ETR sits between those and given the performance of the low end and the high end, I'd venture to say that it'll be just fine. It’s a tree-style reticle with branching points below the crosshairs to speed up spotting and holdovers. I often link to products and companies that I receive nothing from because I genuinely think it’s a good product. I ran the BTR through a battery of comparisons against low and high end optics a while back and was pretty surprised at the quality they managed to pull off. “. The elevation knob uses an indicator system below the edge of the knob to show how many rotations you’ve been through it’s 32 mils of range. It has a floating dot in the very middle. Features: Extra-Low Dispersion Glass, FFP, Advanced Fully Multi-coated, True Zero Stop, Illuminated Reticle, 34mm Tube, 10MIL/25MOA Travel-Per-Rotation Turrets. It’s just an internal designation for Athlon. I mounted it up on my M1A equipped with Sadlak mount and JAE-100 stock. He's former military officer turned professional tech sector trainer. Even then, the BTR punched well above its weight class given its tracking accuracy, optical performance, and zero stop. Before you ask, BTR and ETR apparently don’t stand for anything. Das Ares ETR 4.5-30×56 Modell verfügt über das Absehen „APLR“, ein beleuchtetes MIL-Absehen in der ersten Bildebene. In interviews I’ve had with PRS shooters, optics with magnification ranges like this are really meant to be used in that “middle ground” setting where they’re going to perform best optically and mechanically.