Originally Posted by nitestalker
What ever number of shots you are using for your zero must be repeatable. The rifle should be cleaned and fire another string. It takes a number of strings of fire to determine if the rifle is holding its zero.
It is highly unlikely you will carry a Lead Sled around while using your rifle. The zero of a rifle changes with forearm support. The zero from a rigid forearm support will differ from a hand supported forearm. It is only in a mystical land that 3 shots proves a rifles is zeroed. Really Alice.
Alright smarty pants, I'll give you this battle. But I shall win this "war". haha
If you know you're going to firing from _______ position the most, then you could use the led sled to get the rough zeroing out of the way. Once it's on in the sled, take it out and get into said position and do any fine tuning that's needed.