How to Set up a Rifle Scope?

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To set up a rifle scope, lie or stand in your comfortable shooting position and look to the target through your Rifle Scope. Adjust the cross hairs so that they align the bullet’s strike hole and they should be in positioned in the center of the target (called zeroing the scope). Try firing to a distant target to check the alignment.To know more about setting up a rifle scope visit http://predatorriflescopes.com/zeroing_a_rifle_scope.html.
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