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Old August 7, 2001, 09:16 AM   #3
gaijin
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Battle Zero

Some further thoughts on how to zero the UZI:

The "100" and "200" apertures are in meters, not yards, but I'll show how this will work in yards.

A "Battle" zero is one that would provide acceptable center mass hits over the braodest range.

Using the "100" aperture, the Zero should be adjusted to 25 yards. If we do this we are zeroed at both 25 and 70 yards as follows:

0 yards -1.75 inches
10 yards -1 "
15 yards -0.5"
25 yards +-0" ZERO
50 yards +0.5"
70 yards +-0" ZERO
75 yards -0.3"
100 yards -2.75"

Now, keep the gun adjusted the same, but flip the rear aperture to the "200" aperture and you will realize the following points of impact:

100 yards +12"
125 yards +12"
150 yards +9"
175 yards +5"
195 yards +-0" ZERO
200 yards -1"
225 yards -10"
250 yards -21"
275 yards -35"
300 yards -51"

So, set the rear aperture to "100", zero at 25 yards, and you're ready for the invading hordes.

HTH
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