I learned how to shoot long range with .1 mil turrets and first focal plane mil dot style reticule. I just got a great deal on a night force that is .25 moa with npr1 reticule. I know how moa works and what it all means. My question is how do you make corrections with a second focal plane reticule? In the past, i would look at the hit count how many mils it needs to move and make the correction on the turrets. It is nice this reticule matches the turrets unlike a mildot with .25 moa turrets, but it is only calibrated at 22x. So do you take all long range shots on 22x so the reticule will actually line up? Do you take the shot on whatever you feel comfortable and then turn it to 22x to see how many moa you were off? What about shooting at 11x and doubling the the hatch marks?