So which one do you choose and why? It all depends on what you are use to and familiar with honestly. MIL is 3.6" @ 100 yards and MOA is 1.047" @ 100 yards. That would make the MIL a coarse drive ratchet and the MOA a fine drive ratchet in layman's terms. When you break down individual clicks that would be 0.36" for MIL and 0.25" for MOA. So that would make MOA a little more precise and for MIL it would make for faster overall adjustments. Where you will see the differences are that most bench-rest style of shooters will choose MOA for the more precise adjustments. Competitive shooters (PRS and NRL style) will choose MIL because it will be a faster adjustment out to farther distances and less overall variances between those distances. In the end it really just boils down to personal preferences and what style of shooting you will be participating in most of the time.
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