IOR scopes claim a true .25 moa or (.5 moa) which is not .25 inches but .26175 (.5235) respectivly. At 110 yards one click actually equals .2885 (.577) and one moa is 1.154 as compared to the 1.047 true moa @ 100 yards. Your target is the standard 1 inch squares you will not be "dead nutzs" on anything if your tests do not relate to each other in accuracy.
Dave, I did a little calculation base on your number and I have these result
1.154X3=3.462-hole no.2 target measured about 3.5" high and 3.75" right of hole no.1
1.154X6=6.94-hole no.3 target measured 7" below shot no.2
1.154X9=10.386-hole no.4 target measured around 9.8" gave and take from hole.3
1.154X6=6.94-hole no.5 target measured around 6.75" gave and take from hole.4
and finally shoot no.6 overlapped shot no.1
That's pretty darn close, considering the limitation of my test with an afternoon wind at our range to contained with and questionable shooter's ability. I think that tells enough about the scope tracking ability.
I made the biggest mistake by posting this at the Snipers Hide Forum and they almost crucified me over there. I only have Scott from Liberty Optics bailing me and they dumped on him too. I should have stayed here on friendly turf. Live and learn.
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