Of course I miss shots, but no, I will never have a need for a second shot.Are you telling me you've never missed placing a first shot right where you wanted it on an animal and have never had a need for a second shot?
I don't hunt because I 'need' to..
But I would hike an extra mile, crossing fencelines, streams, and climbing, all the while drained by mosquitoes, to gain 200yds favor on my mark. One shot means that much to me.
For me, this is the challenge(the hook) in long range 'hunting'. It's quite the opposite of long range 'shooting'.
So far the arguments I hear for MILs is follow-up, perhaps from a spotter's call, and less dialing due to lower resolution.
I'm surprised someone didn't risk to venture into MIL ranging, as though worth a ****. Anyway, either IPHY or MOA standards can suit your needs just as well without pressuring hunting scopemakers to provide otherwise. You have plenty of tactical brands to chose from.
Yes I'm biased. You got me there.