Need some help from those without a mathematics impediment, i'm pretty hopeless. On my new mil-dot scope the Reference chart says the following: If a 36 inch target (shoulder height of average blacktail) shows 10 mils (dots) that's 91.4 meters or roughly 100 yards. The same size target shows 5 mils that's 182.8 meters or pretty close to 200 yards. Again, but with 3 1/4 mils = 281.2 meters or 307 yards. This makes sense to me and i can work with that. However, all of these measurements on the reference card are only good at 10x magnification. The type of hunting i plan on doing for both blacktail and elk this year i'm anticipating shots more than likely between 65 yards and 150 yards. For me, 10x limits my field of view way too much and i cannot live with that. So my question is: If i set my magnification to 5x (imo perfect for my intended ranges) can i assume 5 mils = 100 yds, 2.5 mils = 200 yds, and 1.625 mils = 307yds? I plan on taking a 36" target to the range and playing around with it next weekend. Again, these mil-dot scopes are new to me so i need lots of practice to get comfortable. It doesn't help being a mathematical dunce Thanks for any assistance!