How to Sight in Your Deer Rifle in 5 Steps [SUPER SIMPLE]

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Getting your hunting rifle perfectly zeroed in can be frustrating for shooters of any experience level, particularly when you’re working with an unfamiliar, newly mounted scope.

In the old days, it could take lot of wasted time and ammo to get your rifle hitting paper, much less the bullseye. The process could get fairly expensive, not to mention frustrating.

In certain environments such as a public shooting range, your options and shooting distances are limited, restricted in fact.

If your scope is off in a major way, you could be in for a long afternoon as you try to determine where your bullets are actually going.

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If this sounds familiar to you, we’ve got good news. With a little preparation, today’s hunters don’t have to go through this painstaking process. In fact, you can theoretically be hitting the target with your first shot. Again, it’s just a matter of preparation.

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