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So on the left side of my gun (because I am right handed) I have a note card. On this note card I have a table for sighting corrections and millings. I kinda stole this idea from a tv show (Top Sniper and it is on Netflix)

I have never heard of millings in the airsoft world. So I'll explain, Milling is how far apart the mill dots are at a given range. If I know that at 200 feet my mills are 6 inches apart I can use that to make the corrections to my scope.

Back to the table. I have my gun sighted to a base 110 feet (due to the closer engagements at my field, I know a lot of you guys sight for 150ish feet) and I have the millings for 110 feet. Then on 125 feet I have the correct scope adjustments from 110 feet and the millings. Sorry I don't have pictures. but this is the general idea.

110 feet___ 1 mill = 3 inches

125 feet 15 Up 5 Right 1 mill = 4 inches

140 feet 30 up 5 right 1 mill = 5 inches.

If i am sighting for 140 feet I do NOT take 15+30 to come up with 45. I adjust it 30 from 110 feet.

then I would do 155 feet and so on. I think you guys should get the General idea of this.