The easiest thing to do when shooting a milliradian scope is to switch all your measurements over to meters instead of yards. Then everything will make sense to you. At 100 yards 1 mill is a 3.6"s, but at 100 meters it is 10cm. Make sense? If you are using MOA, 1moa = 1" at 100yards, 2" at 200yards, etc. With millradians, 1 mill is 10cm at 100 meters, 20cm at 200 meters, etc, etc. So just switch the units on your ballistics calculator and range finder over to meters, and the units will make sense real fast.

Distance (Yards) | 1 Mil Size (Inches) | Distance (Meters) | 1 Mil Size (CM) |
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100 Yards | 3.6 Inch | 100m | 10cm |

200 Yards | 7.2 Inch | 200m | 20cm |

300 Yards | 10.8 Inch | 300m | 30cm |

400 Yards | 14.4 Inch | 400m | 40cm |

500 Yards | 18.0 Inch | 500m | 50cm |

600 Yards | 21.6 Inch | 600m | 60cm |

700 Yards | 25.2 Inch | 700m | 70cm |

800 Yards | 28.8 Inch | 800m | 80cm |

900 Yards | 32.4 Inch | 900m | 90cm |

1000 Yards | 36.0 Inch | 1000m | 100cm/1m |

1 Mil Size at known distances