Kenny: Mil-Dots & Other Scope Stuff

mildot examples diagram

A good guide to mil-dot use, and an invitation to share over at Kenny’s what works for you in optics.

Share what you know, learn what you don’t.

8 responses to “Kenny: Mil-Dots & Other Scope Stuff

  1. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  2. I don’t know how this program stacks up against other classroom training, but it has worked for me to learn the basics and be able to hit the x-ring at the square range.
    Online demos.

  3. 6’0″ tall vs 5’6″ tall. Is that Europe vs the Far East?

  4. Share what you know, learn what you don’t. CA, you are a sage, and an inspiration. You’ve said in a nutshell, what volumes can’t. Anyone who can’t implement that, and they’re only in it for themselves. I, and you, and many others are in it for the Team. Because the world is more than we know.

  5. The Usual Suspect

    Mil-Dots are 2ed generation dark side of the moon reticles.
    There has been a renaissance in optics ushered in by the
    WOT and long range tactical competition.
    The Tremor 2 reticle is as much as my mind can understand
    at this point in time.

  6. Marlo Stanfield

    Not to make you mad but your targets are too thin for 2017 and beyond. Have you noticed the size of people in uniform these days. The foreign troops are in the same boat. Improvise your range flags and know the range before you need it. Apple tree at 100 meters. Skinny pine at 200 meters. Junked vehicle at 300 meters. And so on. Know where you plan to work at.

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  7. The Usual Suspect

    Thats called a range card, sniper 101

  8. This might not sound significant, for a very rusty guy like
    me, but I remember in TOW’s (secondary mos) – If the target
    fit inside the hole of your dog tag, then we where in range
    (3000 meters – max effective range).
    In case of not having newer electronic equipment, could there
    be a way to make something similar? Maybe even to ones own
    arm length etc.and keep in ones left breast pocket?

    “Every man to his family and his belongings”