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You have all the information necessary, let's see you use it
With so many people that have no idea what they're doing, it wouldn't surprise me if people use a calculator to find out what 6 inches is in mils at certain distances. So yes, I do believe people do that.So now the question moves to has anyone used it?
I think you meant mils.I'm not asking for an inch value. I don't think you understand what I am asking. I'm saying that if I know that something is 6 inches, how many mills would that equal at a hundred 200 300 400 500 etc.
Basically a way to quickly range a Target without a calculator.
The short answer to your question is yes there are apps out there to do the conversions (turning your shooting time into homework). What Lowlight is trying to tell you is that your Mil reticle is a ruler. You measure in mils and correct in mils - no math required.Like 6 inches at 100 yards would = x mills and so on