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Originally Posted by ss7mm
You've never said what scope you have or are using for reference but some scopes have 10 moa (or ") per revolution of the turret and some have 15 per revolution. You can't show the zero as well as the 15 so it reads from 014, 15 would be one full turn stopping on the zero. If you scope is designed using moa then each full number on the turret would be 1 moa increment. You should have 4 small marks between each full number. They are 1/4 moa adjustments.
There is a good website where you can get information. And......you are there.;);)

ss7mm
There should only be three smaller marks! 1/4, 1/2, 3/4
Just to clarify, carry on!
This comes up so often we need a sticky or a tech article.
I think the hardest thing for newby's is that MOA is an angular term.
They want to give it a mesurement/size that they can relate to when in fact it "is" the mesurement, "MinuteOfAngle"
MOA= 1.047 inches only at exactly 100 yards!!
MOA= 10.47 inches only at exactly 1000 yards.
MOA= .01047 inches at three feet or one yard!
It is a very small angle it is 1/60 of one deg.
CAM