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A Friend of mine have returned two IOR sigths because the clicks was wrong, the first differed 8% and the second 4%.
Is this normal, what is your experience from IOR? My IOR experience is very limited so I have no clue.
For a hunting scope it doesent matter, but for a long range gun it's very annoying.
 
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Depends upon the model.  Some have simply been mislabeled.  My 2.5-10 was labeled 1/2 MOA clicks.  Upon measuring I found they were really 1/8 Mil clicks (.45" @ 100 yds).  I guess they figured it was close enough....

My 4-14 was labeled .25 MOA (I think that's all they come in these days) and it measured dead nuts on.  Multiple 3-18 FFP's labeled .1 Mil were all dead nuts on.

That's why I say for long range, no matter what brand you use, always measure to be sure.
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