I have heard it said that having 1/8 MOA clicks limits the available total adjustment in a given scope. To me, that is a head scratcher. It doesn't make sense to me. Moreover, I don't think it is correct. In my mind's eye, I am picturing two identical sized gears. One with coarse teeth and one with fine teeth. The only difference between the two gears would be the number of teeth. I am thinking that the internal adjustments on a scope would be similar, with the only difference being the number of clicks per revolution, not the total number of clicks available. Am I thinking along the proper lines, or am I missing something?