I usually shoot irons only, but this was done with a cheapo 4x carry-handle Barska scope. The reticle is so fat that when you're aiming, you can't even see the X-ring, the 10-ring, or most of the 9-ring. So the bull is essentially cut into 4 "pie slices", and the only way to shoot is to try and keep the 4 slices equal in size.
Th0se 4 close shots were just under .5MOA according to the software. The flyer opened it up to just under .9MOA.
I haven't been able to shoot under an inch with irons for almost a year now. Maybe my eyes just can't do it anymore and it's time to build a precision rifle with really good glass. I've been resisting doing that for a long time because it's always seemed like cheating to me.
(I know it's not, really.)