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Old November 23, 1999, 01:54 AM   #1
dwestfall
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Is there any way to reliably zero the light on a Surefire forend? Each time I unscrew the light to change batteries, etc the light comes back on in a different place - right, left, but never centered of course. I assume this is due to the shock-dampening rubber sleeve which I see bunching up slightly.

It would be helpful to have the light point in the same direction as the barrel. It's really distracting otherwise - I tend to expect that the pellets will go where the light is.
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