I purchased a weaver tactical 4.5-14x42 w/1/8" clicks a couple of years ago. I wanted another scope but the supplier didn't have it so I asked about a Weaver Tactical. They had a traded one for a decent price.
I have been using the mil dots for aiming and have been quite successful. I've had it on my carry gun so did no clicking.
Today while testing a new stock installation during sight in I paid particular attention to clicks as I have been confused by this scope in the past.
Shooting 3 sighters revealed that the windage adjustments are precisely 0.125" per click while the elevation adjustment is somewhere around 0.2"
She has held zero for two seasons. There is no longer customer support for this scope so I may, one day, have to tear into it myself.
Now I know why I had some confused moments
If the bullets I'm experimenting with live up to their expectations a 300 yd zero will put 1000 yds right at 5 mils. Which will suit me just fine.
I'd moan and groan about this but the optics of the Weaver Tactical are exceptional and the reticle is in the FFP so she's good at all powers.