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  1. #11
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    I think Gabe's article is pretty clear. For red dots, 36 yard zero.

    For scopes, use what the manufacturer suggests.

    Of course you have to figure it out for your ammo in your rifle. But the scope manufacturers give you a yardage recommendation for a reason. Starting with what they suggest is usually best.
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  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Yamamoto View Post
    I think Gabe's article is pretty clear. For red dots, 36 yard zero.

    For scopes, use what the manufacturer suggests.

    Of course you have to figure it out for your ammo in your rifle. But the scope manufacturers give you a yardage recommendation for a reason. Starting with what they suggest is usually best.
    My apologies. I didn't read Gabe's article until after I posted my comments.
    He, like usual hit it out of the park and offers great information.
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    Perfect timing. It was time I did some tweaking.
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  4. #14
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    That was an interesting article.Ill have to try that for the Red dot.Although most every optic I have sports a 100 yrd zero.

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