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  • jrbfishn

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    Aug 9, 2013
    south of killeen
    2 MOA dot is 2" at 100 yards and 4" at 200 yards. Approximately 1" per 100 yards. If you know the moa size of the dot, you can use them to hold over/under if you know the bullet path. The farther you zero, the more accurate your zero will be to a point.
    With a 3 moa dot, I use a 3"-4" stick on target and zero at 100 yards. Easy head shot to at least 150 yards and torso shots farther depending on caliber and drop.
    There are videos on how to use the dot for hold overs but I can't find them right now.

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    Big Green

    Pure blood.
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    Mar 5, 2018
    College Station
    Either 36yds which may also be a pretty good 300yd zero (works withM855, not sure how close 308!would be) or just zero for 50-75 yds.

    My SOCOM 16 with a Comp M4S is currently zeroed at 100 but I’ll be bringing it back to either 50 or 36.
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