Thanks.... I am more a "set it and forget it" guy except when I stretch their legs out past 50Y

Quote from: Hoosier Daddy on January 28, 2023, 09:21:32 AMThanks.... I am more a "set it and forget it" guy except when I stretch their legs out past 50YFor simpletons like myself, I just remember one MOA is one inch at 100 yards. One MIL is 4 inches at 100 meters. And do math from there....-Y

This may help. https://www.rimfirecentral.com/threads/the-scope-sights-mounts-super-sticky-questions-try-here.496141/At this site go down to the: Reticle & Subtension InfoAlso trivia info:One MOA CalculationHow to determine one MOA for any target. Note, MOA = minute of angle.1. Calculate the distance to the target.2. Convert this number to inches or centimeters for metric.3. Double this number, (Diameter of a circle).4. Use Pi, 3.14159 times the number in step 3, (Circumference of a circle is Pi x D).5. Divide this number by 21,600, (Note 21,600 = minutes in a circle, 360 degrees x 60 minutes in one degree).This number is the one MOA in inches, or centimeters if used, for this target at the calculated distance or range. Group shots measured center to center.Example:1. 100 yards to target.2. 100 x 3’ x 12” = 3600” to target.3. 3600” x 2 = 7200”, (Diameter of 100 yard circle in inches).4. Pi 3.14159 x 7200” = 22,619.448”, (Circumference of 100 yard circle). 5. 22,619.448”/21,600 = 1.04719”, (One MOA at 100 yards in inches).This number is usually rounded to 1” for the one MOA at 100 yards.The one MOA = 1” is an ARC measurement and not a straight line as it is a very small section, 1” of the overall circle circumference at 100 yards.A trivia note – one MOA on the moon is about 69.5 miles! (238,900 miles to the moon).