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targets for zeroing in

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gary 1, Aug 1, 2007.

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    gary 1 Newbie

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    has any body got a good printable target with 1/4"squares on for zeroing in a ags compact scope i found one awhile ago but are unable to locate it again
     
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    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    Scope zeroing target

    Like this one.
     
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    gary 1 Newbie

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    very close thanks will try it out
    there was one with red centre square
     
  4. AA Anonymous

    AA Anonymous Well-Known Member

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    Hi gary
    I find the easiest way to zero in a scope is to clamp the gun in a weighted down B&D workmate using your missus fluffiest towel in the jaws to protect the gun. place a piece of plywood in the line of fire at the distance you want to zero in on and fire a couple of shots to check for pellet consistancy if ok adjust the cross hairs to where the pellets hit, fire off a few more shots in a different spot and check if ok. If your out shooting after setting up this way and you miss the target it's you not the gun.
    Unfortunately this way only works with a pcp gun as cocking a springer moves everything about and you need a long garden.
     
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    gary 1 Newbie

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    cheers aa for that but ive got a bsa lighting xl which is break barrel so have to hold gun
     
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    A tricky job then have fun
     

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