Hi all,I'm back,

I finally bought the Bushnell Elite 4200,8-32x40 scope,and so far I'm impressed.

As it turned out the base and rings of my present scope (Balvar 8, 2.5x8x) could

not accomodate the new scope.I bought and installed Leupold standard 2 part

base and standard medium (.770) rings.I managed to center my shots on

target at 100 yards after adjusting the large screws on the rear base.At this

distance I was 9'' low.As an example,my question is this: .25'' MOA

corresonds to .25'' (UP) at 100 yards, I gather I would need to move the

elevation dial 36 clicks to attain dead center! then at 200 yards raise it by,

say 3 inches (another 12 clicks)? Does this scope have enough clicks to

this?Now the dealer confirms, that this scope has a one eights MOA,

(sorry I don't know how to write this in fractions with my present keyboard)!

Now I'm really confused.The gradation little lines on the elevation knob are

one sixteenth of an inch, and about seven eights of an inch between the longer

vertical lines.Where do we get one eights of an inch MOA out of this?

I would greatly appreciate some expert advice on this.Thanks

JJ