Originally Posted by celegorm
mil dots, if you know the height of an object, and you have a scope\binoculars with mils on them, you can calculate the distance of the object, makes it much easier to focus in on it, although i guess your not going to do that at a HDD, since you know you have more than 1 shot.
dunno if they use mil dot ranging in hunting though, would seem logical though.
mils is a distance of measure, you have tiny dots on the crosshairs that represent a mil, or a fraction of one depending on what scope your using.
thats a simulation\teaching tool on how to mil dot range with a scope.