MOA vs MIL

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  1. MOA

    67 vote(s)
    62.6%
  2. MIL

    30 vote(s)
    28.0%
  3. Use both equally well

    10 vote(s)
    9.3%
  1. Elkeater

    Elkeater Well-Known Member

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    MOA for this guy. I just think that way. I’m sure I could use mils but I just keep things simple by running all MOA optics.

    Would that be a Mile shot?
     
  2. kc0yef

    kc0yef Member

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    Carlos Hatchcock just rolled over in his grave

     
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  3. kc0yef

    kc0yef Member

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    1 moa = 0.291 mil
     
  4. Mike 338

    Mike 338 Well-Known Member

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    There's roughly 3 moa to 1 mil.
     
  5. Dog Rocket

    Dog Rocket Well-Known Member

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    ???
     
  6. kc0yef

    kc0yef Member

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    >>>0????<<<
     
  7. Dog Rocket

    Dog Rocket Well-Known Member

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    You think that Hathcock was on the line at Camp Perry figuring his adjustments in inches, when he had MOA adjustments on his sights?

    Do you think he switched the system he was so intimately familiar with when he went to Vietnam to hunt people?
     
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  8. Greyfox

    Greyfox Well-Known Member

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    In
    Interesting article about Hathcock and his approach to training
    http://americanshootingjournal.com/carlos-hathcock-method-of-sighting-in-a-rifle/
     
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  9. Dog Rocket

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  10. kc0yef

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    He took his time and more time and more time to make the best shot a little training goes a long way and trigger time knowing your rifle in any condition pays off. I am sure he won Wimbledon in the last 15 seconds... Ask yourself what took him so long to shoot what was he doing?

    yes
     
  11. Dog Rocket

    Dog Rocket Well-Known Member

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    I would have said he was waiting for a more favorable wind condition.

    But apparently, according to you....math.