I see this usage pretty often;
“Maintains less than 1 1/2 minute of angle accuracy at 100 yards/meters – Guaranteed !”
What I want to know is; how does the rifle know the distances to your targets when there are no electronics involved?
If the inherent angular dispersion is 1.5 MOA at 100 yards, the underlying assumption would be that the inherent angular dispersion will somehow be different at some other distance, else they wouldn’t specify a distance. Sure; the wind comes more into play farther out, but that’s a separate issue, no? Or am I missing something? Maybe for the sake of clarity they should say “…as tested at 100 yards.” I at least would have more respect for them then, but maybe I don’t know squat.