Re: What is your preferred scope adjustment calibration?
My scientific calculators [I have one in the shop, one on the desk, one in the reloading room, one on the dining table, and one in the car], all have a degrees / radians switch.
Ever drive around a pi/2 corner?
Ever see a lathe marked in milliradians?
No one does. They do it in degrees.
Ever take the derivative of sin(x) in degrees?
No one does. They do it in radians.
So carpenters, machinists, surveyors, etc use degrees.
So mathematicians use radians.
But electrical engineers use both, all the time.
Which ever is more convenient.
Radians for complicated math derivations.
Degrees for communicating verbally about phase shift.
The glide slope antenna I worked on was with degrees.
Gear designers [mechanical engineers] and motor control designers [electrical engineers] use both all the time.
Each has their advantages.
But in scopes, they are about the same.... as long as the reticle matches the turret.
Why do I have so many IOR and Leupold scopes with moa [degrees] turrets and milliradian reticles?