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    1/4" at 100yards ????

    hi guys

    daft question but whats the difference or are they the same ?????? between 1/4" @100yards scope clicks and 1/4 minute scope clicks ??????

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    Dave

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    well, 1 MOA actually equals 1.047'' at 100yds so your 1/4'' at 100yds is less than 0.25MOA, just. MOA is used so that you can compare size at different ranges.

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    In real terms no difference, but technically 1 minute of angle equates to 1.05 inches at 100 yards

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    thanks lads the reason i ask is , ive started using ballistic fte and you have to input your scope click measure into it, but it doesnt give a option of 1/4" @100 yards but does give a option for 1/4 minute clicks so it looks like i will use that instead.

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    Dave

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    1/4 moa at 1000yds is 2.5 inches

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