I don't see how those results could be repeatable. For groups to measure a smaller diameter consistently at a longer distance would mean that the bullets were changing direction in flight. I understand that some long bullets take a couple hundred yards to fully stabilize and that group size can essentially be the same at 300 yards as at 100 yards but for them to actually be smaller (not talking moa but actual measurement in inches which I believe is what the original poster is referring to) in a repeatable fashion is physically impossible. Not trying to stir the pot but just trying to justify it with the laws of physics.
I believe "yaw" plays a big part in the smaller groups at longer range, the bullet just needs time to "go to sleep"