It is the .308 version and has BDC reticle for out to 1200 meters.
1200 meters huh?
What elevation and temperature is the reticle calibrated for?
How do you know that the ammo you are shooting is going the correct FPS for the reticle?
How do you know that the bullet you are shooting has the same BC as the reticle was calibrated for?
What happens when you change elevation?
What happens when the temperature changes?
The 308 can get to 1200 meters, but a BDC sure as hell isn't going to put first round hits on target at that range. I view BDC reticles and turrets as a monumental step backwards. A solution in search of a problem.
Whether you choose MOA or MIL's as your system, a reticle matching your turret that is FFP or subtends correctly at a power you can go to easily is the most consistent way to put bullets where they need to go PRECISELY. Combine that optic with a ballistic calculator of your choice and you get close. Shoot your rifle from 50-1200yds in 50yd increments and use those come-ups as your basis for checking against your ballistic computer at the varying temperature and environmental conditions, and you are about as close as you can get.
This idea of a reticle matching your ballistics, and even worse - TURRETS matching your distance is good for short range stuff... but in my experience, no more so than using minute-of-eyeball and feeling it out. This is especially evident with the 308 at long distances... as a 30fps difference in velocity from what your reticle is calibrated to will really throw a shot off.
I'll get off my soap box now.
Post some pictures of this thing!
Let me know how it works for you out in the world.