Leupold announced a new reticle that is designed to help shooters make precise shots using holdover rather than dial adjustments. The new reticle is called the TS-32X1.
According to Leupold, it works in this way:
A heavy post and thin stadia crosshair features 1-MOA hashmarks on both the horizontal and vertical lines. Every other hash mark on the horizontal stadia is slightly longer, providing quick and easy 2-MOA measurements. Every four MOA is indicated by a number.
The vertical stadia is also set up with 1-MOA tics and longer 2-MOA marks. In addition, every fourth mark is numbered, all the way to the complete 32-MOA elevation range. Wind dots in the lower half of the reticle are spaced in 2 MOA increments, both vertically and horizontally.
The TS-32X1 reticle is available as an upgrade to new scopes ordered through the company’s custom shop. The upgrade will cost $129.99. Older scopes can be retrofitted for $159.99. The reticle is currently available for the VX-3, VX-III, Vari-X and Mark 4 4.5-14 LR/T scopes.