DanielDaniel1: Are you shooting on the windows xp desktop?
AP-Atlas: Ok, I don't understand what they mean when they say the front sight should be flush. Do I turn it down all the way until I can't turn it anymore or what?
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John Lain: Could you zero the same way if you only had access to a 75' maximum distance at an indoor range? 75' would only be 22.86 meters. Is that close enough? BTW, thank you for the video and target link.
Rich McIntyre: Good information ty. Your lighting on the sights was difficult but as I said the info was appreciated.
Cherokeeman: There is still one point that is not clear to me. I understand the difference of using 25/36 for meters/yards. If I choose the 25/300M method with a 6/3 rear sight, and I start at 300+1 click, then complete the the BZO procedure,...what is the purpose of removing the +1 click when I'm finished? Does this change my BZO from meters to yards, or do I remain zeroed at 300 meters?
Dean Scholl: 25 meters is 27,3 yards....each click equals 3/8 of an inch..
jockellis: I'm trying to adjust sights on my M4 .22 LR. I know it will be different at 1,200 FPS from 3,250 FPS and I will be zeroing at 50 feet (pretty much all the distance I have). Does each click on rear sight move by mils or what? Also, as the rear sight is the point of convergence of two line segments forming an angle, shouldn't it be the exact distance you want from your target?
lolzcaption: look like a Windows background
58belvedere: I can hear Killdeer in the video they don't like the noise lol
0311Ares: so since i have a MATECH - AR-15/M16/M4 USGI BACKUP IRON SIGHT, would i set my paper target at 25 meters or 36 yards??
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