Series (found while searching for) Magritte


Reticulate 1 : Is appropriate well for hunting for the approach and the mounting in forest, it is advised in dark weather for shootings remotely moderate. Old standard now replaced by reticle 4.


Reticulate 2 : Invited for the United States "post and to crosshair," it is intended for the shooting of game moving, therefore in beaten, under bad conditions of luminosity. Is not adapted to the shooting applied to long distance.


Reticulate 3 : Called "dowry" in the United States, it is particularly adapted to the shooting moving of game with clear peeling by great luminosity, and represents the best reticle for great hunting in Africa.


Reticulate 4 : New European standard, it is advised for hunting for the approach and the mounting. It authorizes the shootings at long distance, but can be used in beaten.


Reticulate 5 : It tries to cumulate the advantages of reticles 3 and 4. Do not authorize the shootings at long distance because it hiding place is a significant part of the target.


Reticulate 6 : Invited "to crosshair" in the U.S.A., it makes it possible to carry out very precise shootings at long distance in a very luminous environment (desert areas or on snow).


Reticulate 7 : Also called 30/30, it has the favour of many gunners, one can regard it as a reticle "pass key."







Mark Young lives in a small town in North Queensland in Australia, & has been publishing poetry for almost sixty years. His most recent books are Ley Lines, from gradient books of Finland, The Chorus of the Sphinxes, from Moria Books in Chicago, & some more strange meteorites, from Meritage & i.e. Press, California / New York.



He also has two chapbooks in the Moria Books Locofo Chaps political poetry series — "100 chaps in the first 100 days of the Trump presidency."