joe: even if it was 1/4 at 100 (which it is NOT) then at 200 it would be
2/4=1/2. MOA is barely more than an inch at 100 yards but most people call
it an inch because it's easier. so anything under 1" at 100yds, 2" at 200,
3" at 300 is smaller "SUB" MOA (Minute of Angle)
monsterman27: hey millerusaf, my savage 116 shoots hornady 180 grain interloc custom
1-1.5 inch groups 300 yards. Maybe try some of that ammo.i know ever barrel
is diff but might be worth a try to shrink the groups a lil more oh mine is
a 30-06 also
hk45shooter: Nice shooting. Im enjoying the vids. take care
Hashmountain: MOA? please translate :-)
hoodrat61: good shooting. nice to have the range to yourself. cant do that here in
L.A. am looking forward to more of your "how to" type vids about shooting.
am still rusty after 30 year layoff but trying. thanks again.
Weaponeer: not bad. I converted my Savage 110e 30.06 last year, with a stock change,
which gave me a boost in accuracy, and then I swapped the barrel for a
Mcgowen 6.5x47 Lapua, and replaced the trigger with a Timney adjustable.
now it shoots 0.25 inch with factory ammo. The Savage rifle is a great
platform for highly accurate shooting
FreeWombling: Are larger groups (5 or 10 shots) still sub MOA?
Armed Defender Videos: @CHOSENMARINE At 300 yards it is.
Mike Davis: Hmmm $300=2inch groups = dead with change left $4000=.8 inch groups = dead
broke I think I know where my money would go Have a good one
dirtdobber blue: @Stangtt HS precision.
Justin Evans: @CHOSENMARINE you obviously don't understand minute of angle
danthman114: not bad. you could probably get em' even tighter with a lapped barrel.
maybe look into a 40x trigger or a jewell trigger.
james burke: I thought SUB MOA was less then a 1/4 inch. and if you shot 1/4 at 100 then
200 would be 3/4 of a inch right then if you shot 300 your moa should be 1
to 1 1/4 right.
MotorCityPrepper: Oh yeah. That's really nice results. Hope you can push it out farther in
RifleGlory: I have the same gun and even the same caliber, it shoot really good just
like Millerusaf. I know I don't have pics to back it up but it will get me
a deer so im happy.
Jeff Niemann: Any trigger adjustments?
Tikka Koski: haha yeah wait that comment was 9 months old i'm sure you knew by now haha
danthman114: @millerusaf 155 has a serious case of little pickle syndrome. he seems to
think its the rifle that makes the shooter and not the other way around.
hes going to crap when i find the time to get my r700 .308 out to the 1000
yd line. maybe ill get silly and bring the m1a or the 03? hell ill even try
the ak. (just for laughs) ill film it and post it along with my dd214...
NoiseMostBeautiful: Nice shooting. Before I ask I realize your mosin is not the long range rig
this Savage is, but it would be fun to see you go yard with it. And it
couldn't hurt in shutting up the moaners, not that you should concern
yourself with that anyway. Glad to see you stateside and doing one of the
things you do best. Take care and thanks as always for the fine gunnery.
Gilly 6s: any thing below 3 inches at 300 yards is sub MOA
Tikka Koski: Nice groupings the smallest I have ever gotten was 2 inchs at 100 yards
with a m/91/30 but for it being dirtier than most people at my school and
the barrel and receiver hotter than a freaking oven for speed shooting
that's not bad
roninpainbringer: no. MOA is measured relative to the distance being shot. for example a 0.5
inch group at 100 yard is sub MOA. just muliply that by 2 for 200 yards, 3
for 300 yards etc etc etc. so a 5 inch group at say...600 yards would be
FreeWombling: As I said in another post (which hasn't appeared in this conversation for
some reason), what I was asking about is the rifle's capabilities. As such,
I would be interested in seeing how it performed when firing more than
ChazOneZeroSeven: love the videos you've been putting out lately.
danthman114: @millerusaf lol youre right i wasnt paying attention to the capital m.
anyway hes a pog.
thetatesoutdooradventures Tate: One minute of angle (MOA) is 1 1/60 of a degree so 1 MOA is 1 inch at 100
yards 2" at 200 yards 3" at 300 yards and so on and so forth. So a 2" group
at 300 yards is 2/3 of an MOA. And last time I checked 2/3 was less than 1.
Armed Defender Videos: @huntthefarm I may not even have to change left. I'll try it again with
zero wind (not that minor wind has much affect at all on a 150 grain bullet
at 300 yards).
ChazOneZeroSeven: i have a question, i have a sporterized 1903 springfield, would it effect
the bullet on target at 300 yards if its a windy ass cold day?
gun1rwa: 1 MOA @ 300 yards = 3" dude, so Yes shooting a 2" group @ 300 yards is sub
TMHonfire102: 155mm said he can shoot dimes @ 5 miles with this 338!
Tikka Koski: To make it simple if you are shooting at 500 yards and get a 5 inch
grouping that's 1 moa
Mike Simpson: Chosenmarine, At 300 yards, a 2 inch group is sub moa. And for any
questions. Minute of Angle (MOA) is slightly more than 1 inch at 100 yards.
For simplicity they just call it one inch at 100 yards.
Todd Ianuzzi: Maybe you could incorporate a ruck ruck from the firing line to your
target. Maybe get the heart rate up a bit. ;)
Albee4ty5: I like what I see. Subbed. I think my wife may be getting one of the Axis
rifles for Christmas. You still liking yours? Thanks
155miIlimeter: you clearly shot that at 50 yards and moved it to 300 yards you fobbitt.
everyone knows that a cheap rifle wont shoot sub moa lol does it get hard
to tell which is the reall 155? thats what im going for
gun1rwa: Good shooting man. Have you used any Match ammo yet?
Doom: STOP SHOWING OFF :D
155miIlimeter: @millerusaf i gess i shuld trie to dumm et duwn a litl or maybe just ramble
on about nothing and leave three comments in a row.
FreeWombling: Thanks, but what I meant was more with regard to the number of shots rather
than the distance. So if you fire 10 shots at 300 yards (obviously giving
time for the barrel to cool) is the group still sub MOA or larger?
mohawksniper79: my win modle 70 30-06 loves the rem. 150 soft point and i think thay are
the cheapest i shot the 50$ box of win 150 and couldnt hit the paper then i
shot the 15$ box of 150 rem. and couldent miss i dont know wy but thats how
FreeWombling: I think you've misunderstood the question. I'm well aware of what MOA means
in practice. What I'm asking about is if the rifle is capable of sub MOA
groups if you shoot 5 or 10 shots? A three shot group can be part of a
larger group, or just a fluke. As such I believe that a 5 shot grouping
gives a much better indication of the rifle's accuracy potential.
roninpainbringer: all you need to measure MOA is 2 shots. most use 3. you measure the
grouping of those shots. you shoot 10 shots at 300 yards and the group is
under 3 inches inches then ya it's sub MOA. you shoot 10000000 shots at 300
yards and the groups are still under 3 inch groups then ya it's sub MOA.
eifersucht: what kind of scope?
clutchcrazy888: @Hashmountain MOA = minute of angle, or arcminute in some disciplines. As
there are 360 degrees in a complete circle, there are 60 minutes in 1
degree. Now consider 2 lines angled at 1 MOA. As these lines get further
away, the distance between them grows. If you were to measure how far apart
they are @ 100 yards, you would come up with approximately 1 inch (so 1 MOA
= 2” @ 200 yards, 3” @ 300 yards, etc.) So because he managed a 2” group at
300 yards, this gun is shooting sub-MOA.
Armed Defender Videos: @Stangtt .308 is my opinion.
Grevlain: I'm pretty close to getting one, thanks for the vids. 2" at 300 yards is
more than enough for me.
SAVAGE AXIS RIFLE - 300 YARD SUB MOA (2 INCH GROUP)4.8
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