Re: Conversion from mil-dot to MOA on IOR MP-8
I really like my IOR scopes. The hash marks are mil-dots without the dots. The distance between two larger hash marks is equal to one mil or 3.6 inches at 100 yards. The distance between a large hash mark and the smaller hash mark between the two larger ones is 1/2 mil or 1.8 inches at a 100 yards.
I like the MP8 reticle much better than mil-dots. Even though they are the same in theory, I find using the hash marks makes it much easier to range targets.
Let me know if you would like the mil-dot formula for ranging targets.
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[ 03-04-2004: Message edited by: Jeff In TX ]
Distance is not an issue, but the wind will make it interesting!