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Target frame, and gun rest to sight in their slug guns or muzzleoaders please let me know a few days in advance, I will be more then happy meeting up with you at the Clinton Range. My guns are sighted in and done.

 

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You don't waste time, lol. Nice offer bro  :up:  :up:

you know as many do, if you do it last minute you need number tickets like you do at the bakery on Easter Sunday

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you know as many do, if you do it last minute you need number tickets like you do at the bakery on Easter Sunday

 

I try to avoid public ranges whenever possible, and am fortunate to be able to shoot at a private quarry/farm right down the road from the house. 

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Offer will remain on the table if anyone needs to sight in their slug guns and/or muzzleloaders before hunting season.....get it done before the mad rush shows up !!!

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I prefer to sight in at an indoor range due to 0 wind (no variable). Davis shooting sports is 100 yd indoors. No one was there on wed when I shot. My backup mz shot touching group at 100 yd

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Looks like a redneck repurposing of a real estate sign. Right up my deplorable alley

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I prefer to sight in at an indoor range due to 0 wind (no variable). Davis shooting sports is 100 yd indoors. No one was there on wed when I shot. My backup mz shot touching group at 100 yd

I agree with little to no wind....I go when it's a 5mph or less wind

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Looks like a redneck repurposing of a real estate sign. Right up my deplorable alley

 

I grab campaign signs that all the morons leave out along the roadways. Free, hold up well, especially the hard plastic ones. I put a bunch of holes in a "Murphy" sign the same morning BHC was at Clinton shooting.

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I grab campaign signs that all the morons leave out along the roadways. Free, hold up well, especially the hard plastic ones. I put a bunch of holes in a "Murphy" sign the same morning BHC was at Clinton shooting.

 

That's a great idea.   :up:  :up:

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Offer still stands, just let me know a few days in advance so we can meet up

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With a gun rest of any kind I can sight a gun with one single shot. I take a shot with a gun secured in a gun rest, aiming for the middle of the target, Then after the shot I look through the scope to make sure the crosshair is back to the spot I was aiming. if not I make sure its there. Then I look for where I hit the target. Without disturbing your gun anymore I walk the crosshairs from the center to where I hit using only the vertical and horizontal adjustment. You are basically looking through the scope, without touching the gun, and clicking until you move it to the spot it hit. Once your crosshair is on top of it you are sighted in. 
  

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Offer remains on the table for anyone wanting and needing to sight in......Just let me know a few days in advance 

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With a gun rest of any kind I can sight a gun with one single shot. I take a shot with a gun secured in a gun rest, aiming for the middle of the target, Then after the shot I look through the scope to make sure the crosshair is back to the spot I was aiming. if not I make sure its there. Then I look for where I hit the target. Without disturbing your gun anymore I walk the crosshairs from the center to where I hit using only the vertical and horizontal adjustment. You are basically looking through the scope, without touching the gun, and clicking until you move it to the spot it hit. Once your crosshair is on top of it you are sighted in. 

  

 

You know - that just makes way too much sense... In essence all we are doing is "chasing" the last shot, but your method is a major shortcut. 

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You know - that just makes way too much sense... In essence all we are doing is "chasing" the last shot, but your method is a major shortcut. 

 

What it does it saves you on ammo. If you are carful you can even do it from a not so steady rest, I do it on the farm, rested on my back pack. This way I can take newly installed scope and get it within an inch with one single shot,

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With a gun rest of any kind I can sight a gun with one single shot. I take a shot with a gun secured in a gun rest, aiming for the middle of the target, Then after the shot I look through the scope to make sure the crosshair is back to the spot I was aiming. if not I make sure its there. Then I look for where I hit the target. Without disturbing your gun anymore I walk the crosshairs from the center to where I hit using only the vertical and horizontal adjustment. You are basically looking through the scope, without touching the gun, and clicking until you move it to the spot it hit. Once your crosshair is on top of it you are sighted in.

 

Old timer out in Brook Haven LI taught me that trick almost 22 years ago works perfectly

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With a gun rest of any kind I can sight a gun with one single shot. I take a shot with a gun secured in a gun rest, aiming for the middle of the target, Then after the shot I look through the scope to make sure the crosshair is back to the spot I was aiming. if not I make sure its there. Then I look for where I hit the target. Without disturbing your gun anymore I walk the crosshairs from the center to where I hit using only the vertical and horizontal adjustment. You are basically looking through the scope, without touching the gun, and clicking until you move it to the spot it hit. Once your crosshair is on top of it you are sighted in. 

  

 

Lunatic, I would think you would need a rest so rock solid as to not disturb the gun while making the adjustments, no?  Sounds like a great idea...

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Sunday I'm heading to the Walpack Range, meeting up with my life long best friend who needs to sight in two shotguns, if anyone needs to use the rest, and target frame I'll be there by 7am setting up for the start of shooting time 8am

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