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Old December 11, 2012, 01:26 PM   #11
Rangefinder
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An alternate to all the above mentioned regarding returning to Zero...

On a rifle I dedicated to long range shooting, I shimmed the rear scope mount so that I could maximize the elevation adjustment. The side benefit was that my standard Zero is only 10 clicks from bottomed out. To return I simply bottom it out and then click up 10 every time. Nothing else to be remembered. Windage is just a few clicks either way usually, and for that I just marked an alignment dot on the edge of the adjustment knob base.
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