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50-100 yards

What do you use for sighting in that compliments the ACR....

Tips and Suggestions also welcome... :)
 

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I always use nylon or leather shooting rest bags. A nice front bag with a v notch type rear one that I squeeze win my non firing hand to raise or lower my elevation. Its what I use to accuratly group and zero my rifles at 100 yards. I also use ballistic tables so I know where the round will hit at different ranges. Some people use something that locks the rifle in to eliminate human error for zeroing and grouping. Im happy with the bags. I can only shoot 100 yards at my range so I don't really need a precision front rest.
 

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I always use nylon or leather shooting rest bags. A nice front bag with a v notch type rear one that I squeeze win my non firing hand to raise or lower my elevation. Its what I use to accuratly group and zero my rifles at 100 yards. I also use ballistic tables so I know where the round will hit at different ranges. Some people use something that locks the rifle in to eliminate human error for zeroing and grouping. Im happy with the bags. I can only shoot 100 yards at my range so I don't really need a precision front rest. I do have a nice 80x spotting scope. It helps so I don't have to walk all the way down range to see my groups.
 

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hahahah is that what we call a double tap... !!!!! Nice...

I should have added, that I will be running as a free range chicken - shooting at the farm more often then a range...
 

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Ha I know right. I tried editing it to add a part about spotting scopes. The phone internet was not having it
 
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