I'm using Bullet Flight and the scope is a Sightron SIII 6-24X50 .25 MOA adjustments. Now I marked 48 in on a board and centered my reticule on the top mark which was a 3" sticky target 100 yards away and began spinning the turrets up until my reticule centered on the bottom target 48" down. I then spun the turret back down to make sure it centered back up on the top target, then repeated this 3 times to make sure I had repeatable results. It took 44MOA or 176 clicks to scan the 48". So 48/176=.2727" per click. Although it tracks well, .25 MOA is .2617" The way BF has Click value pre set in the options is one click is .250 MOA To calibrate for my scope I would enter .260 MOA for one click right? Is .2727" per click .260MOA per click. I had a simple calculation earlier that is where I got the .260MOA but I cant remember now how i came up with that value so I cant check it? I guess what I'm asking is .260 what I need to enter in the click value box to calibrate my program? Also while I was doing my test I forgot to check my windage turret to see what the actual click value was. For now I'm going to assume it is the same as my elevation turret until I get back out there and actually test it. Does anyone know if this is a good assumption? Also if anyone else has tested to see what their actual click value was for thier SIII's feel free to share it.