It's , talk me out of a 36 yard zero. I intended to do (and … The 36 Yard Zero Feb 23, 2018; Filed under 36 yd Zero, carbine target, rifle zero, sighting in target, Target, Vigilance Elite 36 yard zero, Vigilance Elite target, zero target; Discussion 161 comments I am well over 6' so I figured with my stride I would be close enough, nope.. 36 tends to zero again at 300. Some of the links posted above are presented in a strange way. Zeroing AK, similar to 36 yard Zero with 556. The 50 yard zero can only be the near-zero. Other than for a very few specific combinations of bullet weight, barrel length/muzzle velocity and height of sights above the bore, the far-zero of the 50 yard zero will not be at 200 yards; and for all practical purposes it matters not one bit. The series tells a story of Natsuki Subaru, a young man that lives his normal life in modern Japan. 10.5” Aero Precision with Rosco Bloodline barrel, SPECWAR suppresser, Trijicon MRO, SB Tactical brace, H2 Spikes buffer, milspec trigger. 11-09-20, 21:19 #43. scout1502. .22 zero I used to zero my .22 Marlin at 25 yards zero, which was (center of group) about half inch high at 36 yards then dropped back to zero at 50 yards and about 3/4 inch low at seventy yards, high velocity 36 grain ammunition. I also shoot on a farm and we usually shoot steel plate targets from 100 to 400 meters, so for me, sticking at 25m zero makes more sense. Law officer magazine did a nice write up on it and have a down load AR-15/M-16 Sight In Target for getting a 100 yard zero on a 25 yard range. Hi all, I finally got my AK working and the iron sight is zeroed at 100 yards. 50 tends to zero again at 200. Basically yes, but you've got to zero with what you've got. Posted by 9 hours ago. Zeroing AK, similar to 36 yard Zero with 556. You may not have access to a 300-yard rifle range, or even a 200-yard rifle range. Talk me out of 36 yard zero I've read through most pages of the zero threads. So I re-zeroed at a real 36yd so now my next step is testing at 100, 200 and 300yds . I guess it depends on what you are using the rifle for and what kind of sights you are using. I can zero at 50 yards and know I can still land a shot at 200 yards. The 50 yard zero provides for effective center-mass hits on target at the ranges where a carbine is most commonly used. The top image says a 25y zero puts the 200y round a foot high, while the 200y zero is also a 25 yard zero. Turns out my zero has been short of an actual 36 yards. generally speaking, the 25 reaches zero at closer to 350+ yards. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu, known in English as Re: Starting Life in a Different World from Zero, is a Japanese light novel written by Tappei Nagatsuki, and illustrated by Shinichirou Otsuka. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. One day, he's summoned to another world. 1. I do the 36 yard Zero with my 556 with my red dot and LPVO and that will give me about 5" spread from 50 to 300 yards. Using 25 yards to obtain a 100 yard zero (rough zero) is a viable tool, we use it often and it is very simple. Using an MPBR zero, you can also zero at shorter ranges. A 36 yard zero would completely throw everything off for me. This is what my ballistics software says: with a 2650fps 55gr projectile, I get more of a 30/300 zero, which is ~0.4" low at 25y, but with small variations in velocity, and with 2750 fps (flatter shooting), its closer to 0.65" low, so its going to vary for your specific rifle, sight height, and ammo. Fifty yards is our initial intersection, and 200 yards is our true zero. 7.62 x 39 25 yards zero trajectory table, 7.62x39 16 barrel sight zero, 7.62x39 50 yard zero, 7.62x39 ballistics 50 yard zero, 7.62x39 sight in distance, 7.62x39 trajectory 25 yard zero, 7.62x39mm sighting in at 100 yds, ar 7.62x39 drop chart 25yd zero, best combat zero for 7.62x39, best zero for a 7.62x39, sighting in distance for 7.62x39mm, Close.