The turret knob says 1/4"/100 yds. I knew it said that somewhere but I had a difficult time finding it. Toldja I wasn't the smartest spud on the truck and that is with only one good eye, and its over loaded.
1/4"/100 yds says that 1 click = 0.25" at 100 yds or per hundred yards or 2.5" @ 1k
1 MOA @ 100 yds = 1.047". 1/4 MOA @ 100 yds = 0.26175" @ 100 yds or 2.62" @1K.
I recognize that it ain't much difference but I've got in some pretty fair size fights about smaller stuff. Darn'd if I didn't loose 'em all.
Yep, I agree they are the same, for all practical purposes. It sure is nice to get rid of that 0.047 part of things.
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