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    K31 Zero

    Dumb question... Iíve usually zero all my rifles for 300 meters and use hold overs as needed. Recently I got my hands on a decent amount of GP11 and wanted to run it out on the range to play with the tangent sight adjustments. I always assumed that the K31icon is supposed to be zeroed for 300 meters but I canít find anything that specifically states that so Iím not sure where I got that idea.

    Can anyone verify what range the rifle is supposed to be zeroed at according toSwiss doctrine?
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    I suspect you won't have to do a thing to the rifle other than adjust the rear sight to the 300m setting. The Swissicon did a pretty fantastic job on setting up these rifles and I have never seen one that wasn't bang on.

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    300 m is very usual, but are you trying to get zeroed at 100 yards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
    300 m is very usual, but are you trying to get zeroed at 100 yards?
    I want to get it zeroed according to the GP11 ballistics... So center mass at 100/200 meters, 6 o'clock hold 300 and beyond.


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