[QUOTE=kaido;1206707]I've done a two shot, but the second was to essentially confirm the zero. I put the gun in a lead sled, fired it with the cross hairs dead centre, then all you do is set the rifle back up the exact same way as before you shot it. After you e done that you just move the windage/elevation to where the bullet impacted, then fire another shot to confirm.
Yep, been doing that for over 40 years on 100 yard targets. Always works.
Saves al ot of ammo. Difference is, once I adjust to impact point. I adjust scope upward 2 inches. That puts me just about dead on at 200 yards.
US Naval Aviation AMSC 20 years ( retired) ASW/Aircrew Wings, P2V plane capt. Also a Tail hooker, US Naval Academy (DI) Shooting Instructor (Annapolis) NDW shooting team member. VN vet, Bluenose and Shellback.
Alway keep your six covered