I was just reading an old gun rag article written by Craig Boddington titled "The Trouble With Long-Range Shooting". In this article Boddington makes this comment! Quote: "This Remington 7mm RSAUM actually grouped a tighter MOA at 300 yards than it did at 100 yards-serendipitous but true".
I realize that as the distance increases so does the size of the minute of that angle. If all factors remain constant then the size of the group at 100 yards has to increase proportionately to the distance....it can't get smaller!
Maybe on a given day the author shot a better group at 300 than he did at 100 but but to claim that the gun shoots tighter groups(MOA) when the distance is trippled is against my better judgement and the law of physics.....or am I missing something?