WOW! It's been a while since I was on GT and boy has it changed. There are a million places to put a new thread, and while this post is not specifically about things you look through to make your gun shoot straight it is about things you look through so I thought this was the best place to put it. Over the past couple of years I have really started to develop skills in using mil-dots for ranging. And it has improved my hunting a lot. This year my son started hunting with me for deer. And he was using my hunting rifle, which has the mil-dot scope. It was a pain (and probably not the safest either) for me to take the rifle help him range and then give the rifle back to him and tell him where to hold. It would have been so much easier and safer to have a pair of binoculars with dots in them. Who makes this type of binocular? I know that Leupold makes some but as with anything with an "L" on the front of it, they are not cheap. Does anyone else make binoculars with mil-dots or some sort of mil marking in them? P.S. The other option would have been to teach my son how to read mil-dots and that will come. But since he is 10 and shooting his first deer math was the furtherest thing from his mind.