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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Estimating Distance Using Your Mil-Dot Scope

This is a simple example on how to estimate distance using a scope of binoculars that comes with a mil-dot function. You can us metric or imperial measurements but the trick to have a reference height of an item in the sights.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This formula is commonly referred to as "The WORM Rule".(MIL SPEAK)
1 MIL = 1 Meter at 1000 meters.

1 Mil = .91 yd at 1000 meters.

Using the metric system is an easier formula to use when judging distance using this method.

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