Mil-Dot Range Estimating:
- 24 mil-dots, which include 6 dots on each direction giving you 13 to 15 aiming points, depending on inner tips of the duplex cross hair
- Range estimating requires common knowledge/experience about your target's actual width or height.
- Set your scope at 10X or the highest power, depending on the scope. View the target through the scope.
- Place the center of the dot against one edge of the target and measure to the opposite edge of the target.
- Once the target has been measured in mils, depending on the scope model, a formula is available to estimate the distance of the target.
- Each scope will come with a pre-calculated mil-dot table of most used distance estimates to aid the user.
By clicking on SPECIFICATIONS:
- Unmatchable fixed distance shooting at multiples of hundred meters
- Illustration shows varying target widths at 100 meters
- Proportionally, shooters can derive the target width for 200 meters, 300 meters, and so on