Well Known Rokslider
- Oct 28, 2018
Because you typically won’t have a 16 MOA holdover. It’ll be a non-whole number coupled with a wind hold, and likely at an odd ball distance. Next time you’re shooting 800 yards try dialing, then try hold offs/overs.Just out of curiosity, if your shot calls for a 16 MOA drop at X yards, what is the difference between a scope that has a pre set sub-tension of 16 MOA and one where you turn a dial to 16 MOA? Why does dialing give you a better 16 MOA aiming point?