Beating the dead " i dont understand MILS" horse!!!
Let me start by saying, i have searched places for this answer, i find a graat deal on range estimation but thats not my question. Ok so I have been reading a great deal on Mil/Mil scopes, I think I want to adopt one but I'm having a freaking hard time grasping ONE aspect of mils. Now I understand how to range with mils, I understand with mil/mil scopes if you see a bullet impact you correct what you saw on the scope in mils. What I'm completely stuck on is. What if I don't see the impact, so I track over to my 300 y target and see its 3 inches low. Well with my MOA scope I dial up 1 moa. But how do I convert those inches into mils? Or better yet .1 mils?
I want to grasp this. I think mils have great potential and moa/moa scopes aren't exactly cheap, or in an abundant amount. Maybe I'm just dense or not thinking in the right system, but right now I need help.