Myth:The reticle is not covering more or less of the target, it is simply adjusting for magnification. The value never changes, if it’s a .13” thick reticle, it’s always that. It is not “growing”. So backing off the magnification is not reducing the area covered.FULL STORY
Both Mils and MOA are an Angle. They were intended to operate as angles and while all angles have linear equivalents, when it comes to shooting there is no reason to use the linear value. We have moved beyond needing to figure the straight line distance. They were always meant to work as an Angle, so we need to think in those terms.FULL STORY
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