The people on the left, the ones from the city, think that they understand the culture of those who don’t live in the city.

They don’t understand that there are thousands of people who spend thier weekends shooting and think nothing of hitting a paper plate from 300 yards away- and farther. Many of those people have no idea of the difficulty of such a shot.*

You say that you want to take our guns away. To them, there is this message.+

There are many thousands of Americans who feel this way. I refuse to submit. I refuse to be defeated. I am an armed American patriot, and freedom is my birthright. I will not be subjugated, and because I am armed, I and my fellow armed Americans will be difficult to load into the boxcars.

* Hitting an 8 inch paper plate from 300 yards is a shot that requires moa accuracy. A person capable of that kind of accuracy would be able to hit a person from 500 or even 600 yards.

+ I really like this band. Good old fashioned southern rock. As a general rule, any band with a Rebel Flag guitar usually plays good music.

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joe · August 22, 2021 at 4:45 pm

a country boy will survive…

Chris · August 22, 2021 at 6:04 pm

With ALL due respect sir.
Thats ECQB for some of us.

I’ll be out there somewhere

    Divemedic · August 22, 2021 at 6:37 pm

    Beyond 300 yards, I am “minute of torso.” With my AR-308, I can do 4 inch groups with cheap factory ammo out to 200 yards. Beyond that, I am just happy if I can hit a person.

      Russell G. · August 22, 2021 at 7:19 pm

      That’s 2 MOA for a reciprocating platform, probably a shortish bbl, and a fat bullet that runs past a gas port and probably through an A2 flash hider that generates unequal radial exit pressures on the projectiles. Good enough, according to the laws of physics. In fact, have a beer and some cornnuts and then start the brass in the ultrasound.

      Go down to a 22-250 with a HDY VMAX, a 243 (same) or a 6BR (Nosler BT) with a bedded bolt platform and a 24 accuracy bbl and see what happens, especially with a laddered handload. Small bullets make small groups.

Differ · August 22, 2021 at 7:25 pm

Pack it out. Nice touch at the end there

Borepatch · August 23, 2021 at 10:47 am

That’s a fine song.

Toastrider · August 23, 2021 at 12:04 pm

It’s a gamble. They know they’re in too deep. They know they’re underwater. But they don’t really have any options other than rolling dice and hoping there’s not a sudden uptick in ‘random violence’ among bureaucrats and politicians.

So they hit on 16 and hope to God they don’t draw a face card.

    Jonathan · August 24, 2021 at 5:34 am

    When the alternative is death, pretty much anything is worth trying…

JebTexas · August 24, 2021 at 6:21 pm

Hate to be that guy, but as per the NSSF, MOA is about 1″@100yrds, 2″@200yrds, 3″@300, etc. ( I was really fired up after reading your article, cause I can hit a 4″ target @ 150yrds w/ my AR (max distance on my range). But no, alas. I am not a MOA shooter.

    Divemedic · August 24, 2021 at 8:17 pm

    If you aim at the center of a 4″ target, you have to hit within 2 inches to score a hit. At 150 yards, you are at: 2/1.5= 1.33 MOA.
    If you aim at the center of an 8″ paper plate, you must hit within 4 inches to score a hit. If you can do that at 300 yards, you are at 4/3 = 1.33 MOA.

    The original post in context was:
    “Hitting an 8 inch paper plate from 300 yards is a shot that requires moa accuracy. A person capable of that kind of accuracy would be able to hit a person from 500 or even 600 yards.”

    An average human torso is 18 inches across. Aiming at the center of that torso would mean having to hit within 9 inches of the aim point. With 1.33 MOA accuracy, 9/1.33= 600 yards.

    It’s important to note that one MOA accuracy means that bullets will hit within 1 MOA of the point of aim. One MOA precision means that bullets will hit within 1 MOA of each other. One can be precise and not accurate, but one cannot be accurate without precision.

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