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Posted: 9/5/2010 10:35:55 AM EDT
Where can I find one on the net to print? I've had no luck. I found one on google image but it was for the AK.
Thanks
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 10:38:26 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 10:40:24 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 10:43:28 AM EDT
I've never felt a special target necessary.

http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&f=18&t=328143

using these...

http://www.munitions.com/targets/

I use center hold so it doesn't matter what size target I want to shoot at... pop cans, pie plates, NRA targets, yadayada...

These resources should be pretty self contained but please tell me if I've left you high and dry.
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 10:53:09 AM EDT
Originally Posted By mathecb:
http://www.bobdbob.com/~deneb/doc/targets/m16a2-25m-zero.pdf

I prefer a 50 yard zero though.


exactly what i want.... but with 50 yds
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 1:25:54 PM EDT
Draw a circle on a piece of paper, or trace a quater, then trace a dinner plate keeping the quarter in the center. There you go. POI= POA at 50 yards no matter what the target is.
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 1:46:32 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Maxwell600:
Originally Posted By mathecb:
http://www.bobdbob.com/~deneb/doc/targets/m16a2-25m-zero.pdf

I prefer a 50 yard zero though.


exactly what i want.... but with 50 yds


Use this target at 25 yds. Keep POA at the center of the silhouette, but have your impacts about 1.2"-1.4" lower than POA. You will be on at 50/200. Confirm zero at 50 when you have the chance.
Link Posted: 9/5/2010 2:15:57 PM EDT
Originally Posted By cmcflex:
Originally Posted By Maxwell600:
Originally Posted By mathecb:

http://www.bobdbob.com/~deneb/doc/targets/m16a2-25m-zero.pdf

I prefer a 50 yard zero though.

exactly what i want.... but with 50 yds

Use this target at 25 yds. Keep POA at the center of the silhouette, but have your impacts about 1.2"-1.4" lower than POA. You will be on at 50/200. Confirm zero at 50 when you have the chance.


Pretty much sums it up ...

Link Posted: 9/12/2010 4:23:36 PM EDT
Originally Posted By NCHornet:
Draw a circle on a piece of paper, or trace a quater, then trace a dinner plate keeping the quarter in the center. There you go. POI= POA at 50 yards no matter what the target is.


ya, you dont need special targets to sight in your gun. No one I know ever did at least but as always YMMV
Link Posted: 9/12/2010 4:45:04 PM EDT
Originally Posted By cmcflex:
Originally Posted By Maxwell600:
Originally Posted By mathecb:
http://www.bobdbob.com/~deneb/doc/targets/m16a2-25m-zero.pdf

I prefer a 50 yard zero though.


exactly what i want.... but with 50 yds


Use this target at 25 yds. Keep POA at the center of the silhouette, but have your impacts about 1.2"-1.4" lower than POA. You will be on at 50/200. Confirm zero at 50 when you have the chance.



this is what u want

Link Posted: 9/12/2010 5:01:28 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/12/2010 5:02:32 PM EDT by Mccray]
THIS

50 yard IBZ for Irons COM hold. You can just right click and print it without subscribing.
Link Posted: 9/12/2010 6:56:47 PM EDT
All this talk about a 50 yard zero and not a word on how the rear sight is modified to make the IBZ work with the ranges on the elevation drum.
For a red dot or any other 1x optical sight, a 50 yd zero is a very good option as it results in approx. a 200 yd. far zero. Now if you're using a magnified scope, you probably will want to zero it at 100 so the range-finding reticle will be indexed and you can use the hold-over lines for 2,3 and 400 yds (or whatever arrangement your scope has).
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