Mastering Mil-Dots

Types Mil-relation formulas Other Uses Intro Ah, the wonderful mil-dots! Everyone has seen them, and they just look so cool. But alas! There is more purpose to the mil-dots than just looking good. The millradian was developed by the artillery a number of years ago and has been used to adjust fire for a lot longer than snipers have been using them to estimate range. A millradian is 1/6283.2th of a circle, or 3.438 MOA (most people round to 3.44) Now, I’m not going to get into the details of where those numbers come from, but it can all be figured using common math. More importantly to us, is that…

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