People sometimes get a little excited when one mentions a scope of exceedingly large magnification (in excess of 25x). But before I offend anyone, let me state that I am looking at going into the 2500 yard range with a .375 CheyTac. I'm considering the the S&B 12.5-50x 56 multi turn. This unit allegedly has 75 MOA of elevation. My concern, however, is that the turrets are in MOA (1/8) while the reticle, I believe, is still in mRad. How does one cope with this? There is also an option for a turret in cm but this too is foreign to me. I'm good with mRad or MOA but not cm with respect to elevation adjustments. My other option is the March 5-40x 56 but I am not that crazy about March rather than S&B. Does anyone have the S&B 12.5-50x 56 multi turn? The S&B sites are pretty vague and I am wondering if the units really are transposed?