Why is the DSC shooting test done at distances measured in metres when most rifle ranges are measured in yards? Wouldn't it be best to do the test at distances most people would practice and also zero their rifles?
I do understand that some scopes are metric based, and also that some stalkers will zero at a point blank zero distance which will be decided by their rifle/bullet/load choice to achieve a kill zone hit.
Is this just a metric/imperial arguement where we should do all things in metric to appease our euro buddies? But thinking about it - isn't it daft that you have to get a 4" group at 100m? Why aren't both measurements metric or imperial?
Just my Sunday afternoon musings.