# What does EBR-2C mean?

## What does EBR-2C mean?

EBR-2C reticle has tactical crosshair design. It has used extra-long fine center hairs so that the long-range shooter/hunters don’t have any obstruction to targets. The lower part of the reticle comes with windage reference dots and drop lines. It helps in improving shot accuracy without even touching the turrets.

## What does EBR-2C MOA mean?

minute-of-angle

The EBR-2C MOA reticle is based on minute-of-angle (MOA) subtensions. MOA measurements are based on degrees and minutes: 360 degrees in a circle, 60 minutes in a degree, for a total of 21,600 minutes. These angular measurements are used to estimate range and correct for bullet trajectory drop in riflescopes.

**What does EBR-2C mrad mean?**

MRAD reticle

The EBR-2C MRAD reticle is based on the milliradian, or mrad for short. There are 6.283 radians in a circle and 1000 milliradians in a radian for a total of 6,283 milliradians (mrads) in a circle. An mrad will subtend 3.6 inches at a distance of 100 yards (10 cm at a 100 meters).

**What is EBR-4 MOA reticle?**

EBR-4 Reticle (MOA) The EBR-4 (Enhanced Battle Reticle) is a hashmarked ranging reticle using MOA based subtension lines for ranging, holdover, and windage corrections.

### What does PST stand for Vortex?

Precision Shooting Tactical

The Vortex Viper PST Gen II 5-25×50 FFP Rifle Scope, EBR-4 MOA belongs to the new generation of Viper PST II riflescopes. PST stands for Precision Shooting Tactical, these rifle scopes are for shooters who are looking for precision.

### What is EBR 7C reticle?

The EBR-7C MOA reticle is based on minute-of-angle (MOA) subtensions. These angular measurements are used to estimate range and correct for bullet trajectory drop in riflescopes. A minute of angle will subtend 1.05 inches at a distance of 100 yards (29.1 mm at 100 meters).

**What’s the difference between Mrad and Moa?**

Defining MRAD The major difference is that while there are 21,600 minutes in a circle as with MOA, milliradians divide the circumference of a circle into 6.28 equal sections that measure 57.3 degrees each; this gives us a circle that has a circumference of 6.28 radians long.

**What is EBR 4 MOA reticle?**

## Does the military use MOA or Mrad?

Some people say MRAD and MOA do have pros and cons in certain situations. The police and military in America favor MRAD, for example, even though MOA uses American units of measurement.

## What EBR-4?

**What does EBR 7C MOA mean?**

The EBR-7C MOA reticle is based on minute-of-angle (MOA) subtensions. MOA measurements are based on degrees and minutes: 360 degrees in a circle, 60 minutes in a degree for a total of 21,600 minutes. These angular measurements are used to estimate range and correct for bullet trajectory drop in riflescopes.