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If i'm bore siting my new scope which has MOA torrents. Do I sight it in like a normal scope by just adjusting the torrents or d

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  • If i'm bore siting my new scope which has MOA torrents. Do I sight it in like a normal scope by just adjusting the torrents or d

    If i'm bore siting my new scope which has MOA torrents. Do I sight it in like a normal scope by just adjusting the torrents or do you do it different?

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    Remove the turret caps or covers to access the windage & elevation adjustments. Whether Mil-Dot or fraction-of-an-inch graduations, align the optical axis of the scope with a distant, specific point. The process is the same, but the value of the adjustments yield slightly different results. I hope your scope & rifle combination serves you well.

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      It's the same process regardless of the turret graduations. Center the target in the bore with the rifle in a vise or solid rest. Crank the turrets until the cross hair is in the center of the target at 100 yards or half inch below at 50 yards.

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        Another trick for more accurate bore-sighting is to place a deprimed case in the chamber, narrowing down the "aperture"

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