Years ago, I called Leupold Customer Service, and asked about their crosshairs. He told me that the standard crosshairs cover 6/10ths of and inch at 100-yards, and their fine crosshairs cover 2/10ths. I love their Varminters reticle with fine crosshairs at the bench. My targets that I made on AutoCAD have crosshairs of .25-inch, and the scope crosshairs would fit within them. Good at 200-yards too. - The scope was a Vari-X3 Side-Focus 4.5-14x50mm (30mm tube). - A good all-around scope for varmints and big game.
Fits on 8.5 x 11 paper
Actually, Leupold's reticle subtension info is available on line.
You can also find it in the Reticle database that comes with the Strelock Pro Ballistics Program.
Strelock Pro can also be used to dial in a ballistics Reticle as I described earlier.
I like your approach to such matters. I started to create charts like that for all my Reticles back in the mid sixtys. The early duplex Reticles could be used for lots of things with the right knowledge. Till Strelok Pro started doing it for me.