White Oak Distinguished Rifleman Knobs

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Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
WOA Service Rifle Scope Windage & Elevantion Knobs (MOA)
(In Stock)
$69.95
WOA Service Rifle Scope Windage & Elevantion Knob in Clicks
(In Stock)
$69.95

These knobs are for the person who wishes to change the knobs on their White Oak Distinguished Rifleman service rifle scope.

The White Oak Distinguished Rifleman service rifle scope comes with either MOA or Click knobs.  If you wish to change to the other style of knobs, you may purchase a set of knobs here.

Please note that these knobs are compatible only with the White Oak DR scope.  Both styles of knobs are 25 MOA per revolution.

MOA Knobs

These knobs are intended specifically for the service rifle shooter who tracks windage and elevation in the traditional minutes or mils (MOA) as opposed to clicks.

MOA engraved knobs  work much like any other scope knobs with the same markings. Each mark is .250 MOA and each number indicates one MOA. There are 25 MOA per revolution

Click Knobs

These knobs are intended specifically for the service rifle shooter who tracks windage and elevation in Clicks rather than minutes or mils. The windage knob is numbered zero thru 40 each 5th number both right and left.

The Click knobs are a White Oak exclusive. These knobs are designed to be the easiest and most intuitive method of tracking and recording your zeros for the across the course shooting or any other style of shooting where your targets are at consistent, known distances. As with the MOA knobs, each click of the knob gives a .250 MOA change in point of impact. The only difference is in how the knobs are marked. Rather than every 4th click counted and numbered as with the WOA knobs, with the CLICK knobs every click is counted with each 5th click numbered for easy reference.

The click value of your scope is not changed with the addition of the knobs, each click is still .250 MOA, just the method of tracking or recording your zero or wind correction is changed. Rather than a zero of 4.750 MOA for 300 yards for example, it would be 19 clicks. Rather than a windage correction of 2.250 minutes, it would be 9 clicks. Most shooters who learned service rifle shooting with iron sights will find this much easier to keep track of. Even those who did not learn on iron sights will likely find this much easier to use.

Click here to read an article by renowned service rifle shooter Konrad Powers on his use of clicks rather than minutes.

NOTE:  Both MOA and Click knobs are compatible only with the White Oak Armament Distinguished Rifleman Service Rifle scope.