December 21, 2016

Revisiting the 10 Yard Zeroing Target

In a previous video, I introduced and explained the 10 Yard Zeroing Target from Jerking The Trigger.  It was developed by Frank Proctor, from Way of the Gun, allowing for the shooter get a hasty 50/200 yard rifle zero (on their M-4 / AR-15) when they don’t have those ranges available to them.

After receiving a lot of questions on this zeroing method, I made this follow up video.  I walk through the process of zeroing off of the target at 10 yards, then moving back to 50 yards and finally 200 yards.  All the shooting is done using my rifle with a Faxon 16″ pencil mid-length barrel, 62grain Wolf Polyformance Ammo, and Magpul MBUS sights.

You can go here to print out the Jerking The Trigger Zeroing Target.

Here you can see Frank Proctor explain the process.

Small deviations at distance…  just get larger.

2 Comments on “Revisiting the 10 Yard Zeroing Target

May 30, 2017 at 9:27 pm

What ear pro, Ivan?
Enjoyed the vid and your no-nonsense style.

May 30, 2017 at 10:30 pm

SureFire EP7 Sonic Defenders. They do a good job and never get in the way of cheek weld. Thanks for watching!


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