Thanks for clarifying the cm to inch conversion....What my scope says, and what I was trying to get across, was this: My Leica scope is a Mil scope and each click equals 1cm at 100 METERS. Converting that to an MOA scale (using inches and yards) would mean each click equals .36” at 100 YARDS.To add further to the confusion: 1 cm does NOT equal .36 inch, as many have stated on this thread.
1 cm = .3937 inch (1 cm/ 2.54 cm/inch). I usually round it to .4 inch for practical purposes, and would think it would suffice for OP's distances he wants to shoot.
Nonetheless, after entering his starting data into a ballistic calculator, he should true his ballistics by verifying the drop of his bullets at the different distances he wants to shoot (as has been stated so many times by members of this forum). Only then will he have a reliable DOPE chart.
I’m not a Mil guy, I understand it marginally, but have always thought of distances and scope adjustments in inches and yards. So equating the value of each click in inches juxtaposed with the distance in yards just goes together for an old MOA guy like myself.....and probably most others that have always used that scale.