So here is what I know, I shoot a mil dot scope and 1 mil = 3.4 MOA at 100 yards wich also equals 3.6 inches more or less at 100 yards Correct?? My questions is does that relationship change at 200 yds the same way that 1 MOA at 200 equals 2 inches and 1 at MOA is 300 yds is 3 inches, wherefore does 1 mil at 300 yds equal 10.8 inches? My question spurs from a hunting situation I had yesterday with a coyote I new his distances was 429 yds and i did not have time to adjust my MOA so I used hold over with my mils I just was not sure if I was doing it right. Yes I missed the coyote. I shot high about 6 inches according to my spotter. Thanks for your help.