Re: Question - how many guys use their mildots as hold-over points?
I use holdovers, in MILS. Zero at 100 / 300 yards, then hold off of my mils from then on. Check out Lou Schwiebert's "Ballisticards". He makes beautiful, laminated cards specifically for your load, bullet velocity and bullet BC. You will like them alot. The cards have a column for MOA, MILS and inches of drop based on your data and elevation that you are shooting at. I am not sure, but I think that a Fed Agency purchsed 5,000 of these. Also, there are some Great software packages out there that do run on PDA's if you are willing to spend $300.00 and up.