Sometimes 1/2 moa is good enough. If I can’t find a gun that shoots factory ammo into 1/2 moa, I kick it down the road. A gun is a tool to me. If it isn’t working like I need it to, I am done with it. Its less time and money for me to flip a rifle and buy new one, than spend hours at the reloading bench trying to find “the one”. Also, there are a lot more 1moa and 2 moa shooters out there than 1/2 moa shooters who are thrilled with a gun that puts three into 3/4 or 1 moa. Although, my last two rifles, a bergara premier approach in 6mm CM and my Christensen BA tactical in 6.5 prc seem to like everything so far. Its not worth my time to keep picky guns in my safe. Both shoot 1/2 moa.
I am just in a different phase of my life than some of you. There is no need to make this personal. Reality is there has never been an easier time to pick up a factory rifle with factory ammo and got shoot 1/2 moa groups. Those who believe otherwise are stuck in the past. Reload if you want to reload. I don’t care how anybody spends their time. For me, life is a little hectic right now, so I am grateful for all the high quality factory ammo.
Sorry, nothing personal just opinions on this site.
We like to debate the pros and cons of many subjects and rarely are we all in agreement but we like to hear others opinions and reason for their opinions.
So don't take it personal, just state your opinion and don't take it personal if someone disagrees.
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