Nice thanks for the info. I am happy with my Tango 6 and would like to have the same reticle at a lower price point. Might have to check one out.Got my warranty scope back, Sig upgraded me to this Gen 2 version. @chevy_man is right that this version doesn't have locking turrets at all. I guess to be fair, the Gen 1 didn't really have true "locking" turrets either, they just locked on zero. Non-locking Elevation isn't too big a deal for me since it has a zero stop, which BTW is done very nicely on the new design. Losing the zero lock on windage is for sure a bummer though, I wager that was entirely driven by cost. These Gen 2s seem to be retailing for a bit less than what the Gen 1 models originally came out at.
Another nice change is a redesigned parallax/illumination turret that's much lower profile, about even with the size of the windage turret now. They also threw in two extra accessories which didn't come with the Gen 1: a sunshade and a removable throw lever that works pretty well.
So I am one of the lucky ones that had a gen1 parallax turret fall off at the range and I mailed the scope back but in the mean time ended up replacing it with a nightforce NX8 I opened the box of the new gen2 tango 4 but didn't notice anything different except the turrets don't lock on zero anymore. I guess around summertime I"ll install the scope on one of my other rigs to test it out. I will repost with an update.Nice thanks for the info. I am happy with my Tango 6 and would like to have the same reticle at a lower price point. Might have to check one out.