I meant R1... double the number of hash marks on the vertical plane. The get awful close together. Handy in the ability to hold off *exactly* 1 MOA, and 2 MOA wind hashes are actually useful, as opposed to 5 moa on the R2.
I'd swear mine doesn't have the wider hash @ 10 MOA down, but I don't feel like going out and looking thru it ;)
Anyway, you can see what I'm talking about here... look at the lines on the portion of the turret *under* the cap. Look at those numbers and lines. Should eliminate any confusion as to what turn you are on.
Holding over is all well and good, but holding over 14 minutes and holding left 6-3/4 minutes gets a bit tricky, shy of using a Horus reticle.
If you really can't wrap your mind around how to use a simple micrometer turret, maybe you would do better w/ a x-mas tree type reticle like the Horus.