Of course the mil-relation formula works for any reticule. The thing that is different is the physical size of the dots. The distance between the center of each dot is exactly the same on all mildot reticules. But it is easier to make a more accurate mil measurement when you know exactly the size of the mildots and are able to use that to your advantage. The mildot master is based on using the distances between the extents of the mildots, etc to get an accurate reading. Because of the differences in the sizes of the actual dots, the distance between the end of one dot and the start of the next is different, etc. Its just a matter of knowing the size so you can make accurate measurements.
I'm sure I just confused everyone
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