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    Zeroing a P14?

    Hesitated, as this might be an SFQ, but I have my first P14 and wondering if the zeroing process is the same as for my No4. I.E. the desired POI being about 3/4in high from POA at 25yds, with the sights set to 200 yds. Basically to check it has an appropriate front sight blade.

    My P14 has the fine sight adjustment dial on the ladder sight, so I'll be able to work it out for real once on a proper range: but initially I'll be on a 100y indoors range.

    MTIA for any thoughts.

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