When I was able to get the MOA info, I had to find an MOA to inch calculator on line, and then I could see how closely my rounds could theoretically match to the reticle. For other people who need this info, the scope should be zeroed at 200 yrds, but I find that zeroing at 50 yrds, is just like zeroing in at 200 yds, with what I use. The bottom of the circle represents 2.2 MOA, then the next two marks are 4.8 MOA, and then 7.8 respectively. So good for,300, 400, and 500 yrds. It makes for a great match to 55 grn 223/5.56. Only off by 6 inches low at the 500 yrd mark, on the trajectory chart, after crunching the data. This is a solid 4 star scope, just wish I didn't have to work so hard finding range data.
Pros: Very good quality for the money.
Cons: Adjustment dials not very positive, not much data, info etc.
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.