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Old April 29, 2013, 08:46 AM   #6
Bart B.
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Shooting bullets and adjusting their impact to check a scope's adjustments allows errors equal to the accuracy of the rifle and ammo plus the non repeatability of the shooter. A 1 MOA or more error's normal.

If you scope's got 1/4 MOA/inch clicks, you and your stuff has to shoot no worse than 1/10th MOA using the "boxing" method to see if they really are that accurate. You don't measure how thick a human hair is with a yardstick, do you?

Do as Big Al suggests. That's gonna get much more accurate results.
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