Re: Accuracy At Different Ranges
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if it's set up to shoot long range i'd say probably .5MOA at 200, and plus about 5-10% every 100 yards after.
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Bart, this is what I was mainly getting at as far as clarifying the concept of the MOA. Obviously if the gun shoots 1 MOA @100yds, it shouldn't do 0.5 MOA @ 200(No offense to Dave Wilson). I didn't know the origin of how the shooting MOA came about, that is interesting. I guess I could have looked up the exact value of the minute of angle, but I'm too lazy! Thanks for the illumination! Sam
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