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Old 11-30-2009, 01:50 PM
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Re: Math question on scope adjustment?

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Originally Posted by 4xforfun View Post
Can anyone answer this....are the Leupold adjustments in MOA or inches? It looks like my NF is in MOA. I am pretty sure that the litierature from Leupold says inches, but are they just trying to simplify things? You know...the "they mean the same thing" speach they gave me because they don't think we are smart enough to comprehend the differance.
Leupold scopes in my experience have all adjusted in Inches Per Hundred Yards (IPHY) not true MOA

All Nightforce scopes adjust in true MOA


Adjust a scope 30 IPHY and you have adjusted for 300 inches at 1,000 yards. Adjust 30 MOA and you have moved the point of impact 314.16 inches at 1,000 yards

There is definately a difference
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