I know alot of yall hunt at long range, and alot of yall own extremely accurate rifles, but i just wanted to see what kind of accuacy yall felt was really necesary for a LR hunting rifle. To me, a solid 1 MOA rifle that will always put shots in an inch at 100 yards is pretty dang good. That means that the bullet will hit no more than 1/2 inch from your point of zero at 100 and theoretically no more than 1 inch at 200, 1.5 inches at 300, 2 inches at 400, and 2.5 inches at 500. I realize that a one inch at 100 yards gun doesnt necisarily translate to a 5 inch at 500 yard gun, but even if its more like a 6, 8, or even 10 inch gun at 500 yards meaning that the bullet will hit no more than 3, 4 or even 5 inches from your point of zero at that distance, which seems fine for putting a bullet somewhere in a roughly 12 inch diameter vital area of a big whitetail buck at 500 yards, which to me seems like a long shot for even serious LR hunters. Do yall really think these tack driving one hole guns are necisary or advantageous for LR hunting, or is that tiny edge in inherent accuracy of the rifle lost in the other variables of field shooting conditions? Do you think it gives you more room for error when shooting at a big buck in field conditions 500 yards away or just looks good on paper? Let me know what yall think, im interested to see what a bunch of LR hunters consider necisary for shooting game at lkong distance. Thanks.