Why do you need to zero your scope?

Zeroing your scope will provide you with the exact Precision and accuracy. No need to go about wasting bullets while struggling to hit a target. Zeroing your scope will save you some time, save you some bullets, as well as save you the frustration you might likely feel when you are not getting it right.

Double major in Engineering and Geology at the University of Minnesota. Experienced shooter & hunter for over 15 years. Certified NRA officer for over 10 years working as a writer at Ballachy.com .

Double major in Engineering and Geology at the University of Minnesota. Experienced shooter & hunter for over 15 years. Certified NRA officer for over 10 years working as a writer at Ballachy.com .

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