Hi. I know what MOA is its 1.046 inch @ 100 yds and my 2 Leupold scopes say 1/4 MOA @ 100 yds. Well I pretend that its just 1/4 inch at 100 yds since its so close, but when I make the adjustments on my scope it moves it way further than it should have and sometimes i feel like if i only move it 1/2 the needed distance that that is better tan sometimes moving it what it logically would need to be moved. Which this proves to be very frustrating sometimes and I know it isnt a problem with my scope since Leupold vx-III scopes are very good quality. I want to know why and how on these long range distance shooting videos they say that they are aiming 23 MOA high = 531 inches??? that doesnt add up. I do a bit of long range shooting but I do it what seems like to me the simplest way is just knowing how my gun shoots at 100 or say 200 yds and compensate for the drop and pull that much higher on the target, with much practice this way I've done pretty good, but I want to know how to figure out these confusing methods of changing your scope around in the field according to the target distance and bringing it back to zero when your done. Like how in the world do you know that say at 700 yds there is such and such MOA, but it is an amount of inches that is some crazy high number, but the MOA number is so small. I just want to know everything there is to know about how this should be used but not complicated, these somewhat average joes make it sound so simple on youtube shooting vids.