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General Airgun Categories => General Airgun Chat => Topic started by: Baggawind on May 21, 2021, 11:16:04 AM

Title: Long range zeroing
Post by: Baggawind on May 21, 2021, 11:16:04 AM
Given that there are so many rabbits on my permission , a lot of them being out of range , i thought i should set my scopes to allow me to shoot the 55 yard bunnies. So it was off to the indoor range at the farm. I took the S510 and Herman. I had to open a door at the far end of the barn to get the extra two yards needed . This unfortunately this meant there was a slight breeze blowing into the barn. First to be tested was the Air Arms . Using Daystate Sovereigns i managed a 15mm e-to-e group. Good enough i thought. Then it was the turn of the German. The group was even better , 10mm e-to-e . Now i can see why these things have such a good reputation. Now i have to set up the R-10 and the Kozak , when i,m in the mood. Over the years i,ve found that being in the right frame of mind helps when setting up rifles.
Title: Re: Long range zeroing
Post by: Gambo on May 23, 2021, 02:22:14 PM
i,ve found that being in the right frame of mind helps when setting up rifles.

Absolutely..........being relaxed definitely helps you to achieve better accuracy.