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Old February 21, 2011, 12:39 AM   #3
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i use a 300 m zero all the time so it's just a habit for me when i used a red dot. you might be better off zeroing at 100m because the compensation for 200m, 300m ect, is easy. plus, most of your engagements will be right around the 100m range. if you're going to zero at 25m for a 300m zero, make sure you get the correct eotech zero target. your poi should be about an inch below your poa
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