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What do snipers use to measure wind resistance?

Asked by I. Muller, Last updated: Oct 12, 2020

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Malcolm Carneal

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Answered Apr 05, 2019

Snipers don’t become highly skilled shots overnight. It’s something that they learn as they go along. They learn to develop a very in-depth understanding of the principles that go along with ballistics. The unit of measure that is used for window resistance is called MOA.

Snipers don’t become highly skilled shots overnight. It’s something that they learn as

MOA is no other than the short term for a minute of angle. The minute of angle is a unit of measurement that snipers use in school to measure accuracy.

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