That's true, but you are moving into projectile ballistics and possibly wind drift.nasakid said:Just because your rifle will shoot a 1/2" at 100 yards doesn't necessarily mean it will shoot 1" at 200 yards. Groups tend to open up exponentially as range increases from what I've seen. Bullet selection, velocity, barrel selection, and even the caliber of the rifle will affect long-range precision. My Rem 700 30-06 has a best group of 0.156 MOA at 100 yards, but my best 200 yard group is around 1 inch. I'm still working on loads to get this better.