Well I do understand that 1 MOA at 100 yards is 2 MOA at 200, etc., etc. What I don't understand is if at 100 yards, the POI is 1.5 high at 100 yards, and dead center at 127 yards, that it will drop an additional 17" or so over the next 62 yards. My brother-in-law has a different ballistics program that shows the actual bullet trajectory over distance - maybe that will help.
I'm going to have to go to the field, mark off 189 yards, put up the biggest target I can find and see where it hits with the edge of the post aimed at the bullseye. I'm going to have to buy a book on MOA so I can understand it completely. Thanks.
What direction did that last shot at Kennedy come from?