Emergency Close Range Zeroing Points for Lightfield Ammo

HERE IS A METHOD FOR AN (emergency scope ZERO check).

IF YOU DROP YOUR GUN AND YOU DON’T KNOW IF IT IS STILL ZEROED. . .

You can CHECK YOUR  a 100 yd. ZERO in the field by firing a shot AT THE CORRESPONDING CLOSE RANGE ZERO.  

Measured the distance as good as you can because a little error means ALOT).  If your going away from home on a $4500.+ hunt you may want to carry a piece of string cut at the right length the muzzle to the corresponding short range zero.

EXAMPLE:   If you were originally sighted in at 100 yards with the Lightfield Mag 20ga than your close range zero point is 18 yards. Fire a shot at a measured 18yards off of a rest, as best you can. If the shot is dead on or just touching the point of aim then the gun is still zeroed at 100 yards. If  you are more than 1/2″ off the point of aim, you should make the appropriate scope adjustment back to the point of aim.

NOTE: All 100 yards numbers are in bold black type.

 ITEM

Yardage your gun was
ZEROED AT:
example 100 (YDS.)

 THE CLOSE RANGE ZERO 

18 (YDS.)


3″ MAG-20
15010.7
 125 13.7
 100 (yards zero) 18.0 yards close range zero
   50 39.5
 HYBRED EXP 20 GA. 12511.0
 10014.0
   75 20.2
   50 24.6
 HYBRED LITES 125   8.7
 100 11.0
   75 15.8
   50 24.6
 HYBRED EXP 150 8.2
 100 13.0
   75 19.0
   50 29.6
3″ HYBRED ELITE  200   7.4
 175   8.9
 150 11.1
 100 18.0
   50 40.8
3″ COMMANDER PLUS 225   6.0
 175   8.7
 125 13.0
 100 18.0
   50 39.5
3 1/2″ COMMANDER PLUS 250   6.2
 225   7.3
 175 10.6
 125 16.0
 100 14.0
   50 48.2
COMMANDER 16 GA. 150  8.5
 125 10.7
 100 14.0
   50 30.8