Longer the distance, the more environments can negatively affect the projectile I would think. Not sure how much difference they make but I would imagine that your MOA at 400 yds isn't going to be the same as your MOA at 100yds.I'm confused. Why would the MOA of the groups you're shooting at 200 yards be any different than at 100... or any other range?
1.75 MOA at 200...about 3.5 inch groups....sorry for confusion on my part:?I'm confused. Why would the MOA of the groups you're shooting at 200 yards be any different than at 100... or any other range?
EDIT: After re-reading your post I'm guessing you mean that you're shooting 1.75 inch groups at 200 yards? That's sub-MOA. Or am I completely not understanding your post?
I'm not sure how any of this is a response to OP's question. Sounds like you're taking a dig at some of the people here.Also you will find people everywhere who will take a 4 power scope and have the cheapest Mil Surp .308 they could find and tell you that they were only getting 5 MOA at 100 yards. Just look at you tube and you will see tons of "accuracy tests" using sub par ammunition and low power 2nd rate scopes for there "Accuracy tests". Then people wonder why the SCAR or any other rifle they tested didnt meet the 1 MOA minimum set forth by the manufacturer. AND on top of that these same people are most likely NOT Marksmen. In other words they have very little training from someone who actually knows what he is doing. They shoot a few times a year if that and think in there mind that they are Carlos Hathcock. (If you dont know who he is then you are NOT a marksman) So read what you will from these posts but take it with a grain of salt. I didnt even bother to read the responses. I am just giving you my 2 cents worth in regards to your question.
IIRC you are in the Bay Area, right? Where is this 300yd range, because I would love to get out to 300yds without having to drive all the way to Sacramento.I only have access to a 300yds and I'm looking at spots on BLM land where I can stretch to 600+ yds
No I didnt even read the previous posts as I knew someone would have said something close to what I stated people all over say. If you dont believe me just google the SCAR 17 accuracy. Regardless, it doesn't change or make what I said wrong. The OP wanted to know what kind of groups people were getting with there SCAR 17s at distance. That usually means he wants to know what they are capable of in the accuracy department. Don't take offense. None was intended to you or anyone else.I'm not sure how any of this is a response to OP's question. Sounds like you're taking a dig at some of the people here.