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Weapon Zero: What You Need To Know

KLGunner

Moderator
Staff member
You know I kinda went to school of hard knocks on this. I zeroed my 6.5 Creedmore at 250 yards on a down hill slope and I got so used to that scope and slope that I could easily hit the gong at the 500 yard mark easily. But when I went out hunting and had to take a shot at 280 yards uphill my zero wasn’t true and needless to say missed that trophy 12 point. It was also 4 weeks sense I last shot that gun before the hunt. Ether way I learned what’s talked about in this article the hard way. Good write up.
 

TEXASforLIFE

Professional
You know I kinda went to school of hard knocks on this. I zeroed my 6.5 Creedmore at 250 yards on a down hill slope and I got so used to that scope and slope that I could easily hit the gong at the 500 yard mark easily. But when I went out hunting and had to take a shot at 280 yards uphill my zero wasn’t true and needless to say missed that trophy 12 point. It was also 4 weeks sense I last shot that gun before the hunt. Ether way I learned what’s talked about in this article the hard way. Good write up.
The slippery slope ended up an up hill battle!
 
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