I think what Mntnbrk is sayinig is when using a click type torque wrench towards the bottom of the wrench's scale, be careful. I would tend to agree. I have a Snap-on dial face 3/8" drive in inch-lbs, another name brand 1/4" drive with the old deflecting pointer and scale in in-lbs, and was military surplus in addition to my click-type. I always use the smallest wrench so I'm working in the mid to upper range of the tool. I never use my 1/2" drive click-type in the lower ranges. It has way too long a lever and it is very easy to over-torque small bolts.
The first time I ever worked on jet engine after working on HD turbines for years, I was tightening 1/4-28 casing flange bolts and the lead tech told me to use a torque wrench. I told him I was just snugging them up and would around again with the torque wrench. He chuckled and said I'd probably over torqued most of them already. I did not believe him until I put the torque wrench on them. He was right.