US Optics B-25
The U.S. Optics B-25 5-25x52 rifle scope is one of the most feature packed long range optics available on the market. The B-25 comes standard with a single button illumination control that is integrated into the parallax knob, tool-less elevation zeroing with a revolution indicator, an EK2 Stop, a locking windage turret, and a locking elevation turret. We offer a wide range of reticles including; MIL Scale GAP, GENIIXR, MPR, MDMOA, IGR, MGR, PR2, Horus Vision H37, Horus Vision H59, Horus Vision H102, and the Horus Vision Tremor ™ 3 reticle. Regardless
of your platform and shooting situation, we have the reticle for you.
MIL-Scale GAP Reticle
The MIL Scale GAP Reticle in the B-25 features full MIL and .5 MIL hash marks that are laid out in a clean display. The full MIL hash marks are numbered every 2 MILs for quick and easy reference. The hash marks represent a total of 9 MILs of adjustment below the horizontal axis, 4 MILs of adjustment above the horizontal axis, and 4 MILs of adjustment to the left and right of the vertical axis.
The GENIIXR Reticle in the B-25 features hold over points below zero to better facilitate range estimation and trajectory compensation. The reticle incorporates alternating hash marks and dots that are spaced out in .5 MIL increments. The hash marks and dots represent 5 MILs of
total elevation adjustment above the horizontal axis, 10 MILs of elevation adjustment below the horizontal axis, and 5 MILs of windage adjustment to the left and right of the vertical axis.
The MIL Scale MPR Reticle in the B-25 is one of the most versatile reticles when it comes to providing MIL ranging capability. The hash marks can be used to
provide ranging and hold-over reference points as low as .2 MILs and up to 10 MILs on the left and right of the horizontal axis, and from .2 MILs to 15 MILs from top to bottom of the vertical axis. A total of 10 MILs of adjustment are below the horizontal axis, 5 MILs of adjustment are above the horizontal axis,
and 5 MILs of adjustment to the left and right of the vertical axis. MDMOA Reticle
The MDMOA Reticle in the B-25 is based on the standard Shooters Minute of Angle, also known as Inch Per Hundred Yards (IPHY). The reticle provides 40 MOA of adjustment below the horizontal axis, 20 MOA of adjustment above the horizontal axis, and 30 MOA to the left and right of the vertical axis. 1 MOA increments are used on all four axes for the finer ranging capability. Dots located on each 10 MOA marks, the center of the crosshair (4 MOA total), and the heavy duplex lines are illuminated red.
Designed by U.S. Optics, this MOA based reticle offers 1 MOA out to 10 MOA marks. The open center features a broken cross to provide a clear view of the shooter's groupings, while the fine
crosshairs present a clear and crisp image without obscuring the target. The IGR provides 30 MOA on upper and 60 MOA on lower vertical axis, while providing 30 MOA left and right on the horizontal axis.
Designed by U.S. Optics, this MIL based reticle offers full MIL, .5 MIL and .2 MIL hash marks. The open center features a broken cross to provide a clear view of the shooter’s groupings, while the fine crosshairs present a clear and crisp image without obscuring the target. The MGR provides 6 MILs of wind and 11 MILs of elevation holdovers.
The PR2 Reticle was designed with the precision rifle shooter in mind. The fine reticle features 10 MILs of holdovers (left and right), as well as 10 MILS on the upper and lower axis in .5 MIL increments. The broken cross hairs allow for precise target visibility, while the full size IPSC target and 12-inch square steel target allow for quick ranging at 250, 500, 750, and 1000 yards.
Horus Vision H37 Reticle
Designed and patented by Horus Vision, the H37 offers a MIL based reticle that works with or without the optional Horus Ballistic software. Please see Horus Vision’s website for complete instructions on the use of this reticle.
Horus Vision H102 Reticle
The Horus Vision H102 in the B-25 was designed for the entry-level rifleman, designated marksman or sniper. Features include, but are not limited to, targeting ovals, leads for moving targets and a rangefinder. The grid pattern represents a total of 27 MILs of adjustment below the horizontal axis, 30.5 MILs of adjustment above the horizontal axis, and 30.5 MILs of adjustment to the left and right of the vertical axis. The H102 also allows for wind correction as well as leading targets moving up to 60 miles per hour.
Horus Vision H59 Reticle
The Horus Vision H59 Reticle is a "field-tuned" version of the Horus Vision H58. Horus widened the horizontal grid by 1 MIL for increased wind holdover. The center cross has been turned into a "broken cross" so groupings are less obscured and more easily seen.
Horus Vision Tremor™3 Reticle
Based on the Tremor2™ reticle, Horus Vision has added Rapid Range Bars above the main horizontal stadia, more holdover dots for an expanded uncluttered grid, and extra Speed-Shooting Guides along the 1-mil horizontal stadia. The Tremor™3 reticle also features Moving Target Holds and wind guides found in the Tremor2™.