I'm not a shooter, but remembering back to my M-16 days 1/4 of a inch at 400 yards? That's a bit far isn't it? I remember hitting the targets at 300 yards and my shot group wasn't anywhere close to 1/4 and I was a damn good shot.
if you get 1/4 MOA @100 with a AR15 or M4 you got the holy moly of all Ar there and a miracle shooter (you know what i mean)
Clue me in ... and talk to me like I am a 5th grader.
i will try to make it short sweet and simple.
MOA= minute of angle (trajectory)
@= in this reference of shooting is AT what ever distance noted
1/4,1/2,3/4, 1 inch = measurement in inches
for each measurement shot at @100 its size doubles per 100yards.
example 1 inch [email protected]
will translate to its grouping size and you will see at best 2 inch's @200, 3 inches @ 300, 4 inches @ 400yards, and so on and so on. in elevation, windage is another story
.223 is a caliber a normal AR15/M16/M4 will shoot (these are types of firearms that shoot that caliber among many other types of firearms.
IF you were to get a total custom match grade parts in and out and precision work that cost BIG money just to get it to shoot 1/4 @100 out of an AR. would be a great accomplishment out of this small caliber and weapon base.
her saying that hers can shoot 1/4 @ 400 is a fucken joke and a stupid mistake on her part.
which is why this is funny.