# Minutes Of Arc to Mils (NATO) Conversion

Enter the angle in minutes of arc below to get the value converted to mils (NATO).

**Results in Mils (NATO):**

## How to Convert Minutes Of Arc to Mils (NATO)

To convert a minute of arc measurement to a mil measurement, multiply the angle by the conversion ratio. One minute of arc is equal to 0.296296 mils (NATO), so use this simple formula to convert:

The angle in mils (NATO) is equal to the minutes of arc multiplied by 0.296296.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 minutes of arc to mils (NATO) using the formula above.

Minutes of arc and mils (NATO) are both units used to measure angle. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Minutes Of Arc

The minute of arc is a unit of angle equal to 1/60th of one degree, or 1/21,600 of a circle. The minute of arc is also equal to π/10,800 radians.

A minute of arc is sometimes also referred to as an arc minute, arcminute, or minute arc. Minutes of arc can be abbreviated as *arcmin*, and are also sometimes abbreviated as *MOA* or *amin*. For example, 1 minute of arc can be written as 1 arcmin, 1 MOA, or 1 amin.

The minute of arc is most commonly represented using the prime (′), although the single-quote is commonly used. For instance, 1 minute of is most commonly expressed as 1′.

## Mils (NATO)

A mil, short for milliradian, is equal to 1/6,400 of a circle. The mil used by the US military and NATO forces is slightly different than the true value of a milliradian, which is equal to 1/6,283 of a circle.

During World War I the US adopted what is now the NATO mil to replace degrees and minutes for use in artillery sights. They opted to round mils to 6,400 per circle for simplicity at the time. Today, the mil is commonly used to measure adjustment of sights and scopes of firearms.

There is rightfully much confusion as a result of the mil adopted by the US military and NATO being slightly different than the milliradian.

A mil is sometimes also referred to as an angular mil. Mils (NATO) can be abbreviated as *mil*; for example, 1 mil can be written as 1 mil.

## Minute Of Arc to Mil Conversion Table

Minutes Of Arc | Mils (NATO) |
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1' | 0.296296 mil |

2' | 0.592593 mil |

3' | 0.888889 mil |

4' | 1.1852 mil |

5' | 1.4815 mil |

6' | 1.7778 mil |

7' | 2.0741 mil |

8' | 2.3704 mil |

9' | 2.6667 mil |

10' | 2.963 mil |

11' | 3.2593 mil |

12' | 3.5556 mil |

13' | 3.8519 mil |

14' | 4.1481 mil |

15' | 4.4444 mil |

16' | 4.7407 mil |

17' | 5.037 mil |

18' | 5.3333 mil |

19' | 5.6296 mil |

20' | 5.9259 mil |

21' | 6.2222 mil |

22' | 6.5185 mil |

23' | 6.8148 mil |

24' | 7.1111 mil |

25' | 7.4074 mil |

26' | 7.7037 mil |

27' | 8 mil |

28' | 8.2963 mil |

29' | 8.5926 mil |

30' | 8.8889 mil |

31' | 9.1852 mil |

32' | 9.4815 mil |

33' | 9.7778 mil |

34' | 10.07 mil |

35' | 10.37 mil |

36' | 10.67 mil |

37' | 10.96 mil |

38' | 11.26 mil |

39' | 11.56 mil |

40' | 11.85 mil |