This is a partial email that was sent to me from a friend of mine who is in the ballistics’ end of the business. I found what he had to say interesting and wanted to share it with you. No one seems to grasp this concept except for B. R. and the ballisticians I have consulted with! I have verified everything and beat this thing to death in the past but it keeps rearing it's ugly head! Inches and MOA do not work the same over distance. Inches of drop for 350 yd, when used to hold over on a 500 yd target (45 degree angle) does not have the same value as the MOA for 350 yards when it gets out to 500 yd. MOA is an angular measurement and simply put, the MOA value in inches grows with distance. I just don't know how else to say it! Most tactical types with experience all dial-in, so it's not an issue. However, I talk to the less informed daily too and I ask many of them how they apply the data. A few of the tactical newbies just starting out want to use hold over only for all shots and don't want to touch their dials. And most of the hunters definitely only want to hold over for all their shots. They often don't even have target knobs on their scopes. People deserve to know the truth of the limitation of the equipment we offer and I always tell it like it is. Exbal uses current drag/ballistic tables etc… What are your feelings about this?