Skip to comments.Anyone know where to buy a 25 yard sight-in targets for AR rifle in 7.62 ?
Posted on 03/08/2013 12:58:34 PM PST by TurboZamboni
looking for the kind that simulate 100 yard zero.
7.62 would require a different zero.
Here is one you can download and print.
Some more options here for download.
So it would seem just group 1.5" below point of aim. No zero crossing at that close of a zero. Investing in a laser bore sight is not a bad idea as well.
What I get as well...
Brownell’s has a laser boresighter for $40. Takes all the work out of it. Plus you can check your sights at any time to make sure they are perfect. Works for high scope, low scope or open sights.
Even better yet sight it in at 1.25 low at 25 that will put you about 1.5 high at a 100 real close to on at 200.
Ever heard of Google or Bing?
Yeah, not all of us shoot mouse guns........
Real men shoot .30 caliber.
I would suppose that is .308 to us old folks.
I hate metric.
Which is kind of like a 30-.06 to us even older folks :)
Loose lips really do sink ships!
Stick a 3/4 inch sticky dot on a piece of paper and sight in at 1.25 in. low for a decent 100-200 yard zero. No reason to get fancy for a target at 25 yards. Best reason to own a 308 is for distance shooting. Well, that and punching holes in tougher stuff than a .22 will go through. You will still need to do some work out further distance, but that will make it easier to sight in out there.
Search for RIBSZ on ar-15.com
I think they got all the info they need on the NICS check.
If they’re gonna drone me, they’re gonna drone me.
Hell, it might make my car look better.
Using a ballistics program input with the AR sight height and M80 ball ammo I get -1.49” low at 25 yards with a 100 yard zero.”
Not all AR’s have the same sight height. I use taller scope mount, 3 inch sight height, I get 1.91 inches for 100 yd zero.
Also I recommend using a 200 yd zero for .223 or any high velocity round. This will give you a greater point blank range than a 100 yd zero. In other words you don’t have to worry about hold over until 250 yds or so.
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