Re: Do you get more MOA than advertised?
If I understand what you're saying correctly, you have physically turned the turret and get the amount of clicks you stated....right?
Have you locked the gun down solid in something and watched through the scope on a grid at 100 yards to see if you're actually getting that amount of total movement, or have you shot it to prove the same?
Some scopes don't always move the reticle during the last few clicks and this may be the case.
It's easy to verify, although to lock it down solid and dial it you might need a helper.
It's a good idea to prove either physically or by shooting, how much your scope actually moves as you may find that it's slightly off. This is a good thing to know as you can then be far more accurate with your dialing and or use of a ballistics program.