"From Turkey to Big Game, the Multi-Shot has it all and was designed specifically for hunters who need the versatility of a multi-purpose scope. Mueller feels it is by far the most unique and versatile scope ever developed. What sets the Multi-Shot 2-7x32 apart from anything else on today's market is the advanced technology and versatility implemented into the design. The Multi-Shot can be used on virtually any type of firearm because of the multi-purpose reticle design. The Multi-Shot is an outstanding crossbow scope for big game hunting too. The Multi Purpose Cross Hair The outer circle was designed for use with shot type loads fired from shotguns, for example when turkey hunting. The circle will cover 15"" @ 40 yards on 2x magnification. When sighting in shot type loads, adjust windage and elevation so the most dense pattern is centered in the circle. This assures the most dense portion of your pattern will hit your intended target. The outer circle can also be used as a rangefinder and bullet drop compensator for slug guns and muzzleloaders. Mueller is well aware that once these heavy loads reach a certain distance they begin dropping extremely fast, so knowing your yardage can be the difference between a good clean kill or a potential miss. The dot was designed for larger game animals such as Deer, Elk and Bear. The center dot will only cover 1"" at 100 yards making it ideal for the big game hunter. Sighting in is d|Euro Coated: Fully multi-coated camera-quality crystal lenses for superior brightness and contrast|Circle (inside): covers 15 inches at 40 yards|Large diameter ocular lens for wider field of view|All-weather, high-torque power change ring|Fast-focus eyebell|Eleven (11) dot brightness intensity settings|1/4-inch windage and elevation adjustments with audible click stops and low-profile easy fingertip turrets; no tools required|1-inch tube construction with matte black finish to minimize glare|Water-proof, fog-proof and shock-proof|Export of this product outside of the United States of America is not allowed and is controlled by the US Department of State"