Rifle Zeroing: Limit Your Chances to Fail

Posted: May 30, 2015 in SWIG

Rifle zeroing might seem easy and many people have many different thoughts on at what range to zero their rifles, Nate Murr in this video explains why he chooses the 50 yard zero over others. He emphasizes center mass aiming at many different distances and at the end talks about hostage situations and the “light switch”. We use a custom build AR-15 with an Aimpoint Red Dot in this video, with Captain Berz on the trigger.


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