Are you ready?

There are lots of "discussions" in the local interwebs regarding Precision Shooting, and for fun I thought that I would post this for review and discussion. HOWEVER, do not post anything in this tread with the answers to all of the quesitons. Let each individual answer on their own and I will post all of the correct answers two weeks from today.

Below are some reality inducing questions. If you are proficient with this then you may have what it takes (mental comprehension, knowledge - not necessarily skills, equipment) to shoot 600 yds and maybe even competitions.............

1. If you’re sighting in your rifle at 200 yards and your groups hit the target 6 inches low. How many ¼ MOA clicks do you need to turn your scope turret to hit the center of the target?

A. 24

B. 12

C. 18

D. 48

2. How many inches equal a minute of angle at 625 yards?

A. 1

B. 3.75

C. 5.5

D. 6.25

3. If I brag about my shooting and tell you I shot a ½ MOA group at 300 yards, what size group did I shoot?

A. ½ inch

B. 1 ½ inch

C. 3 inch

D. 1 inch

4. If I can consistently get my rifle to shoot under 2 MOA, in theory, what is the smallest size steel plate I should be able to always hit at 700 yards?

A. 10 inches

B. 15 inches

C. 18 inches

D. 24 inches

5. My group size is 4 inches and my rifle shot 1 MOA. How far away is my target?

A. 40 yards

B. 400 yards

C. 444 yards

D. 800 yards

6. Many gun writers maintain that a gun that will shoot 2 Minutes of angle is adequate to hunt with. What is the maximum distance such a gun will consistently shoot 10 inch groups?

A. 250 yards

B. 750 yards

C. 500 yards

D. 100 yards

7. In standard Mil-Dot Reticles, from the center of one mil-dot to the center of the next mil-dot is 3.6 MOA at 100 yards. If you are sighting in your rifle at 100 yards and your groups are approximately the space between two mil-dots above the center, how many ¼ MOA clicks do you need to turn your turret down to center your group?

A. 14 clicks

B. 3.6 clicks

C. 10 clicks

D. 24 clicks

8. If you shoot a .25 inch group at 25 yards, what MOA did you shoot?

A. .25 MOA

B. .5 MOA

C. .75 MOA

D. 1 MOA

9. If your buddy tells you he can shoot 1 MOA at 1760 yards or 1 mile, approximately how big is his group?

A. 100 inches

B. 17.6 inches

C. 20 inches

D. 176 inches

10. In 1000 yard F Class matches the X ring is 5 inches. If you were to place all your shots in the X ring, what MOA would you have shot?

A. 1 MOA

B. 10 MOA

C. .5 MOA

D. 5 MOA

11. You’re going to shoot your rifle at 1000 yards. Your rifle is sighted dead on at 100 yards. The ballistics program says you need to dial in 28 MOA to reach 1000 yards. How many ¼ MOA clicks do you need to turn your scope turret?

A. 28 clicks

B. 280 clicks

C. 112 clicks

D. 64 clicks

12. You and a buddy are out shooting balloons in the desert at 600 yards. The wind is blowing and your buddy is spotting your shots. After your last shot he tells you that your elevation was dead on, but your wind was off 2 MOA to the left. How many inches off to the left was your shot and how many ¼ MOA clicks to the right will it take to correct?

A. 6 inches, 8 clicks

B. 12 inches, 8 clicks

C. 12 inches, 16 clicks

D. 24 inches, 24 clicks

13. Assume a 100 yard zero. If you have to adjust your scope up 28 MOA to shoot 1000 yards, how many feet is your bullet dropping?

A. 28

B. 10

C. 55.7

D. 23.3

14. In theory, if you can shoot a 1 inch group at 100 yards, what size group should you be able to shoot at 400 yards?

A. 4

B. 8

C. 1

D. 2

Below is a view of a 600 yrd target through a scope........