At What Distance Should You Sight In Your Hunting Rifle?

Sighting in a rifle for hunting in the field is a very different proposition than sighting in for accuracy on a range at known distances. Applying the concept of “Point Blank Range”, this video (with on-screen examples) will show you how to choose the best distance to zero-in your rifle for whatever cartridge you shoot. Far too many hunters – basing their decisions on outdated custom – short-change themselves by zeroing-in at distances that are far too close.

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