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

Start at 25 Yards paper-target-with-ragged-bullet-holes

There is nothing particularly beneficial about making a fool of yourself, right?

That’s why, even if you are quite stubborn or hardheaded, we recommend taking a few shots at 25 yards when sighting in a new scope.

This will make your adjustments far more obvious.

Once you’re hitting at 25 yards, it’s time to go out further. Shoot for 2-inches high at 100 yards. This should be relatively dead-on at 200.

Again, missing the paper plate completely is simply a waste of time and ammo. Neither one is cheap.

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