The 175's behavior is pretty close to the old 173 grain FMJ in M118, but not exactly. I'm sure the military has some pretty exact tables for the 175 gr. SMK from m24's, since they use it in M118LR.

Going back to the OP, if I simply run ballistic tables in QuickTARGET, I can define each click of sight correction as having 3.375 moa. The output in clicks then gives me the necessary hold-off correction in mil dots in the scope reticule (assuming the magnification is correct for the reticule's calibration).

A couple of points: I ran this both with Sierra's published G1 BC's and velocity break points and with the G7 BC (VLD standard projectile). Since the projectile is neither a G1 form nor a G7 form and falls inbetween, I averaged results of these two to try to get a better calculation. Be aware it will not be exact unless the drag function for the 175 gr. SMK is defined exactly in your barrel.

I also ran the tables with the wind coming from both the right (first chart) and the left (second chart) for wind correction per mile per hour. That means you take those numbers and multiply by the speed of the wind in mph that you actually have.

Note that the correction is not zero for a straight on zero degree wind. This is due to precession of the bullet.

For the tables below, the muzzle velocity is 2600 fps and the barrel has a 10" right hand twist. Precession will change with twist and will reverse direction for a left hand twist. The sight zero is 300 yards.

Wind from Right:

Wind from Left: