We all want to be accurate in our shooting.
As close to the bulls eye as possible every time.
Check out these tips to help you zero in your red dot and get you as accurate as possible on the range with your AR-15.
Zeroing with Aimpoint shooting target
1.Set up the Aimpoint target at 25 meters.
2.Place firearm in solid rest and center dot on target.
3.Take one shot and inspect the point of impact.
See image “Target 1” above
This target shows that the point of impact was too much to the right and a little too low
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4. With the information given on top of the printed Aimpoint shooting target, and by counting the number of squares between the actual point of impact and the desired point of impact on the target, you can quickly and precisely determine how many clicks you need to move the adjustment screws in order to zero your sight.
See image “Target 2”, in the column to the right here
NOTE: The number of clicks per square is determined by the distance to your target.
5. Take another shot to check that the point of impact is centered. If you still need to adjust slightly, repeat the procedure.
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Check out the Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot review by Kevin: First things first, let’s establish what the Bushnell TRS-25 is NOT – it is NOT an Eotech or Aimpoint red dot sight. It is also less than 20% of the cost of either of those sights.
That being said, for the price, the Bushnell Trophy Red Dot TRS-25 3 MOA Red Dot Reticle Riflescope is an excellent sight. The construction is solid, it attached to the flat top rail of my AR15 easily and securely. The rubber lens covers, attached to each other by a small rubber cord, are sufficient for protecting the lenses from most objects and debris while remaining in place.
Question: My red dot battery keeps going dead after only a few weeks. What am I doing wrong? You are probably leaving it on the 1 through 11 setting (increase of red dot). It needs to be set on 0 (zero) after you finish for day. If you leave it on 1 – it will slowly drain the battery.
Question: How to adjust Bushnell trs-25? Check out the info and review in the video below.
The Bushnell Trophy Red Dot First Strike 5 MOA Red Dot Reticle Riflescope is getting good reviews and we have seen a few shooters out at the range using it.
You can pick up one for under $120.
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