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Posted: 3/15/2022 2:01:02 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Im_TheSaint]
If the accuracy of my rifle and ammo, matches the MOA width of the red dot I am using, and my zero is perfect. Then the red dot is basically my possible impact zone. This is true even when magnified.

Is this a desirable thing, when shooting at combatants at say 400yards? Or is it not really a benefit, because wind will probably always erase that effect.

- obviously asking for legal purposes only.

*Lets say this is, using a modern combat carbine, a 2 moa accurate 556 AR.
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