True, but my 1.5moa general experience is extreme spread on a 5 shot group.
I think the main thing is that plinking ammo gets a bad rep because it's cheap and those who tend to buy it are
1) cheap and shooting it out of a cheap gun.
2) shooting volume rather than accuracy, and may not have skills for shooting accurately.
3) dealing with the reputation of the past.
4) The first place QC slips when we have mass buying panics that strain the market.
Modern manufacturing makes it much easier to automate consistency and QC. I mean jsut look at bolt action rifles. They are pretty much ALL sub moa guns even at $400.
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Remember average mean radius is NOT the same as extreme spread. When I hear “1 moa ammo” I think extreme spread (that’s how I measure my own groups) but the Army likes AMR because it’s still indicative of the accuracy but a flyer or two doesn’t torpedo the whole lot