Remembering to adjust sights

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Remembering to adjust sights

Post by orpheoet on Fri Aug 26, 2016 4:47 pm

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So in the Presidents 100 I fired my first 5 rounds, looked through spotting scope, all low. I forgot to raise sights for 50 yds. Came in 107th.....Last week I did the same thing in a DR match. Same issues with dot sights. I'm curious what people do to remember. Am I the only one giving points away like this? I should mention I try to not obsess over checking my target. My best slow fires are always a surprise.

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Re: Remembering to adjust sights

Post by Steamerbill on Tue Oct 18, 2016 4:16 pm

Hello all,
New Bullseye shooter here with a question. I have been shooting 50ft indoors since I don't have a long outdoor range available easily.

Here is my question. I am pretty well zeroed at 50 Ft with MatchDot II. How much elevation adjustment (inches, clicks, MOA?) should it take to get me close to zeroed at 25 yds and then at 50 yds?

Just trying to get the first couple of shots on the paper and can fine tune and document from there. If it matters, pistol is Ruger Mk III, Ultradot MatchDot II and CCI Standard Velocity ammo.

Any help appreciated...

Thanks,
Bill in Cypress, Texas

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Re: Remembering to adjust sights

Post by LenV on Tue Oct 18, 2016 5:14 pm

None. Ok maybe 2 clicks down for 25yd but your 50' should work for 50 yds. But just leaving it alone will put them in the 10 ring. If you do your part.

Len

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