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Old June 7, 2011, 04:02 AM   #23
warningshot
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1 moa is 1 inch impact change at 100 yards. 1.5 moa at 100 yards is 1.5 inch change at 100 yards. How do you get from 30.5 moa to 319 inch change at 1,000 yards? Answer: Wind, trigger release aka shooter, or the rifle needs new MZ at 1,000. Many good shooting rifles do. That is one reason for adjustable sights. Individual Rifle Data Books are critical. And if you really get fancy you can add mildots to your retitcle. Remember, 1 Mil is equal to 3.44 moa at 100 yards. P.S. MOA is really 1.047 inch change at 100 yards, so that extra .047 times 10 really adds up.
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