The writer/shooter said this: "So what? You might be asking. I can buy a Nightforce or Leupold offering this kind of power and with top-notch optics, so why get excited about the Schmidt? When was the last time you twiddled the scope-turrets the wrong way or lost count of your clicks? I’ve been around long enough to know better but I did it only a month ago, at that F Class League shoot at Bisley of all places. I needed to come-up 75 MOA on my Leupold Mk 4 and through some mental aberration, I turned the turret three times instead of five! Fortunately, someone noticed my fall of shot - ploughing up the grass! If I had been using a Schmidt, I couldn’t have made that mistake." (my bold) What's the secret here? This feature would go a long way in helping to over come my resistance to "clicking".