Originally Posted by tjonh2001
are youi trying to tell someone to use a mildot master that is designed for mils with a npr2 reticule that is in minute of angle. you cant do that. how are you going to read didstance beween moa and then go to a mildot calculator and get a distance?
as for the moa reticules you dont need a mildot master to estimare distance it a simple math equation.
get your master out and look at the far right side same thing applies as the left side in mils
Target size that you need to know then what your MOA spacing reads in your scope then line up your findings and read the yardage in the left column same as mills
10" target that is 2.0 moa in your scope is going to range 478 yards
I prefer the R1 for wind and range holdovers because of the 1 moa spacing vs the R2 2 moa spacing = harder to get an accurate moa reading
To help the original poster mil dot masters are a lot harder to get an accurate range the farther out the target is = if your target is small especially if your off a few inches in target size and your scope isn't perfectly still then your range is going to vary a lot
good luck they are a lot of fun and worth there weight in gold