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Old January 10, 2013, 07:19 PM   #2
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The best practice, for shooting with ANY peep sight, beit receiver/tang or ghost ring, is to mount the rifle in the most comfortable position with the head/cheek firmly against the stock while looking THROUGH whatever size aperture, and never "AT" the aperture, placing the front sight "on" target, with the "target" slightly out of focus.

Generally peep/ghostring zeroing should start with the POI being fairly close ( 3"-4" @ 100yds for a rifle, 50yds for a shotgun) from the POA when the peep sight is in the middle of it's adjustments range (done by installing the correct height front sight) - so that the W/E adjustments should only be necessary to fine-tune the zero.

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