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Pro Tip: Zero Your Rifle in 2-3 Rounds | Shooting USA

Some people burn up as much as 50 rounds of expensive ammunition trying to zero a rifle. There’s no need for that. John Paul of JP Enterprises, Inc., is goin...

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Comment by Old Rooster on February 25, 2020 at 9:51am

One of the biggest problems people have in shooting at long ranges is first getting their Scope zeroed in properly.
There are tons of videos on the Internet about how to zero your scopes but most of those instructors either don't get it right, or they simply say things that are wrong or mislead the viewers.

Watch this video a few times and you will see this man gets it right.
Most instructors will say that in order to hit the bull's-eye in an example like this you would have to adjust your scope three inches up, and two inches right.  But that would be just the opposite direction.

The result would be that your next shot would be six inches low and 4 inches left, not 3" and 2". Your going in the wrong direction.
Watch the video, adjust your scope in the proper direction and you'll hit your target.

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