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Thread: Zero preference for 11.5” 5.56

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    100 for everything.
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    You might get on one of the cartridge company websites and use their ballistic calculators to get a better idea of bullet trajectory.

    If you want to get ocd/nerdy some versions of Strelok have a 2 moa dot reticle so you get drawing showing modifiable holdovers on various targets in addition to a ballistic table.

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    100 meter zero for errthang.
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    has anyone tried the maximum point blank range zero

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    I generally use a 50 yard zero for my rifles.

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    50/200 yard zero for RDS and scopes with BDC recticles like the JM-1, 100 yard zero with scopes that I'm gonna dial on. Depending on your optics one zero may or may not work for you but a 100 yard zero is not likely to work with capped turrets and a BDC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mack7.62 View Post
    Depending on your optics one zero may or may not work for you but a 100 yard zero is not likely to work with capped turrets and a BDC.
    I assume that anyone would zero a BDC optic at the designated range it was designed for...
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_1iviper View Post
    has anyone tried the maximum point blank range zero
    What are the criteria for the MPBR? Is it just a general desire to hit a certain diameter target and how far away can that be achieved without adjusting point of aim?

    Or is there something different?
    Last edited by jsbhike; 08-19-19 at 22:27.

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    I’ve been intrigued by the 36 yard zero since seeing this video. Starts talking about it at 3:45

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    100 yards for rifles. Bolt guns and semiautos. 25 yards for pistols. Just way easier to know I can check zero and go with the same process for all. Whatever range works best for you is up to you but having consistant holds on all your guns from 0-100 makes sense. Bad guy in the house is a bad time to wonder "do I aim for the face or top of the head."

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