Posted On:1/27/2011 1:08pm
Try zeroing at 25 yards with the right target.
BTW your barrell twist rate will help determine what kind of ammo will be best for your gun.
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Posted On:1/27/2011 4:52pm
Style: German longsword, .45 ACP
I guess 25 yards should be pretty doable, even at an indoor range.
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Posted On:1/27/2011 5:36pm
The way the Army zeroes is like this:
25m away get in the prone supported.
Fire 6 rounds aim center.
Check target. Mark the holes.
Fire 3 rounds. Mark the holes.
...and so on and so on...
Until you get 5 out of 6 consecutive rounds in the circle.
Now...people will disagree with the specifics blah blah blah but generally that is how it goes.
I zeroed my dads Eotech in 12 rounds using this method less than a month ago. It really doesn't matter what kind of sights you are using. The basics are the same. ACOGS should be re-zeroed at 100m.
Posted On:1/28/2011 12:46pm
Wow, that looks great, like something I can do. How might I get my hands on some of those targets?
Posted On:1/28/2011 1:01pm
Posted On:1/28/2011 2:54pm
Style: Arnis/Kenpo hybrid
I use this one for a 50yd zero. I prefer the 50 yd zero....only a couple inch diff between point blank and 200 yds. After that it starts to drop off pretty good, but I hardly ever shoot past that anyway.
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