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Need help in zeroing my Achilles

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Abhilashdsar
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Need help in zeroing my Achilles

Postby Abhilashdsar » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:37 am

Hello everyone,
I didn't used any scope till day, so I need your help to adjust the scope, sorry for my basic quarries.
I need suggestions --- at what angle, distance required to zeroing a gun of 850 fps (pricihole Achilles)for best results.
---- Confused by how we know to hold over and hold under a scope.



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GNV
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Re: Need help in zeroing my Achilles

Postby GNV » Mon Jan 14, 2019 7:52 pm

Try chairgun app to find the zero



Abhilashdsar
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Re: Need help in zeroing my Achilles

Postby Abhilashdsar » Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:26 pm

GNV wrote:Try chairgun app to find the zero

Thanks sir, I will try and update you.



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Re: Need help in zeroing my Achilles

Postby Sombit » Wed Feb 13, 2019 10:13 am

1)Seat the gun on a rest at 10 m from a white paper. Ask someone to hold down the rifle firmly so that it doesn't move at all even after a shot.
2)Shoot a random shot. See where the pellet hit
3) Now without moving the rifle even a bit adjust the scope to focus exactly on the bullet hole.
4) If your rifle has not moved even a bit, then your zeroing is complete. If not, repeat again.



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Re: Need help in zeroing my Achilles

Postby Abhilashdsar » Sat Apr 20, 2019 10:10 pm

(y) thanks sombit ji for your support and extremely sorry for delay.
Sombit wrote:1)Seat the gun on a rest at 10 m from a white paper. Ask someone to hold down the rifle firmly so that it doesn't move at all even after a shot.
2)Shoot a random shot. See where the pellet hit
3) Now without moving the rifle even a bit adjust the scope to focus exactly on the bullet hole.
4) If your rifle has not moved even a bit, then your zeroing is complete. If not, repeat again.



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GNV
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Re: Need help in zeroing my Achilles

Postby GNV » Mon Apr 22, 2019 11:33 am

Is this first time you are using a scope.





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