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MOA rifles

I was at the range this week and a young man (he still had spots)
was shooting an MOA rifle.  Asked how he liked it and he did and that his father bought
it for him ( nice dad ) He was planning on going with him out west to do a antelope
or deer hunt.
We went down to pull our targets down and his groups were bad ( sorry the only way to describe  it )
2-3+ inch @ 100yds.
These things are "suppose" to be 1 inch @ 100 out of the box..
He was using "their" hand loads.
Maybe he's not that good or this is BS advertising.
For 5 grand, damn thing better shoot 1 hole groups.
Prices;

https://www.moarifles.com/packages/

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Reply #1
says on their web page guaranteed 1/2 moa... or call them... sounds like that boy needs to call them...lol   
Grant

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Reply #2
I'm gonna say it's not the rifle. They're accurate not magic.
Dave

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Reply #3
im gonna say your right dave..
Grant

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Reply #4
Still had spots.....eh !!    I bet he closed his eyes with each
pull of the trigger. It's common among youngsters anticipating
recoil.

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Reply #5
Just because you can afford a Porsche GT s does not mean you can drive it the way it is designed to be driven.
The only thing better than me spending my own money, is my friends spending it for me

 

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Reply #6
Forgot to add, it was chambered in 6.5 PRC
At least it wasn't a 22 creed or 300 RUM.
Nice choice for antelope or deer.
Now all he has to do is learn how to shoot it.