Welcome back to the 20th installment of my blog, in which I don’t claim to be an expert, in fact the opposite. I’m a new user to the AR platform and want to share my findings and experiences as I go through and build rifles as well as being the Operations Manager at Tyrant Designs.
Due to the extreme popularity and nice emails I received
I may be a little late to the game here but The United States Army selectively started using new zero targets to zero in the M-4. There have been reports that these new targets
Just kidding! But seriously people please take it easy on me, I'm still learning here (it is called life of a Newbie).
Anyways, for all of us who don't know everything, the thought behind this is that the old targets were used were designed for iron sights. With the wide array of different optics it makes sense that a target be designed to cater to the different variances between them. If you've ever had different optics from different manufacturers, you've probably run into the problem that different adjustment clicks can sometimes be different depending on the optic.
This is a 25 Meter Zeroing Target. It has a diamond in the middle with circles around it which is over a 1 minute angle grid. The best part is they have adjustments for common optics that are printed on the back of the target.
Zeroing in can be frustrating at times, especially for a newb like me. I think any help I can get will not only alleviate some frustration mentally but also my wallet. Nothing bothers me more than wasting too much ammo while zeroing in. Win Win.
How many times have you guys seen Wonder Women?