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Minute of Angle (MOA) and Target Shooting: Defined and Calculated

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John_Doe
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Published on 06 Oct 2020 / In How-to & Style

⁣Part 1 of a video series defining what minute of angle is and how to calculate it as it applies to target and sport shooting.
Part 2 will focus on using minute of angle to zero a rifle at various ranges.
Part 3 will demonstrate how to calculate range to target using a scope reticle's minute of angle subtensions.

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Bagoodman
Bagoodman 7 months ago

Will you be covering in the long shot 700+ y Wind and 1000+y Bullet Twist ( Spin ) to the right as well as increasing drop with loss of Velocity ?

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John_Doe
John_Doe 7 months ago

I'll be touching on drop and wind effects a bit in future videos. Though I'm versed in compensating for coriolis effect and spin drift at long range, this series is primarily aimed at new shooters who don't really know what minute of angle is or its application to shooting. I've seen a lot of posts on social media of late from new gun owners confused about minute of angle, miliradians, zeroing, range estimation, and the like. I felt compelled to make some videos addressing these fundamentals. If there's sufficient interest, I may cover the topics you mentioned in later videos. Right now my interest is getting people completely new to shooting up to speed hitting targets at 300 yards or less where coriolis, spin drift, and wind have minimal effect. That may become really important, really soon...

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