Originally Posted by tacsniper0888
But I don't see how moa could be consistent that way. Because it grows the further out you go. So does Mils
An moa size target at 100 yards is one inch, an moa size target at 1,000 yards is ten inches! I thought one .25 moa click at 100 yards was one quarter of an inch and one .25 moa click at 200 yards was a half inch then one click at 300 is three quarter of an inch per click then at 400 each .25 moa click on the scope in reality moves bullet impact by one whole inch per click and continues growing at a quarter inch per hundred yards??? This is the way I've learned moa system. At 800 each click moves bullet impact by 2" per click and at 1,000 each click moves bullet impact by 2 1/2" per click. Please guys correct me if I'm wrong.
You are correct, but it is the same with Mils. 1 click at 100 / or .1 mil at 100 is .36" with MOA it is .25"
That same click at 1000 yards is 3.6" with mils and 2 1/2" with MOA.
With MOA it is .25 moa per click with Mils it is .1 mil per click.
Quarters or tenths but adjusted the same with mills being a slightly larger unit of measure.