1/4 inch clicks
MOA - NOT CALIBER SPECIFIC (MIL-DOT)
How Mil-Dot and Ballistic Reticle Riflescopes Work
On some, Each mil-dot covers 3.6-inches at 100-yards = 36-inches at 1,000-yards.
(Or, from one center of a mil-dot to the next is 3.6-inches at 100-yards.)
(Some) MFGs adjust the mil-dot size according to the fixed power - or highest power of a scope to make it 3.6-inches at 100-yards = 36-inches at 1,000-yards (or meters. They are specific about that.) (Some Leupolds are 3/4 mil-dot = 2.7-inches at 100 - and they are NFL football shaped. -I have one. -But the turrets click precisely 1/4 -inch at 100.)
So you can actually use it as a range-finder.
A guy in Australia wants to buy it.
I've never shipped anything there.
I wonder if it is a hassle?