Re: Vx2 good for long range??
I know 1/4 Moa is slightly more than 2-1/2" but that's what I use for practical figuring. For instance if I dial my scope 23 moa, shoot at 1 K and hit 20" low I divide that by 2.5, which is 8 (clicks), dial 8 clicks or 2 Moa up, shoot again, dial one more to +9 total, shoot again and see which is closer to bullseye and that # (8 or 9) added to my initial dial # will be my new Moa # to dial for 1 K. ( if 8 clicks was closest I would record 25 Moa as my new adjustment for those conditions. Altitude, pressure, temp) If that makes any sense.