Look at the location of the aiming
light spot and estimate the distance
between the center of the spot and the
center of mass of the target.
Adjust the spot to center of mass.
Corrections are made at the rate of
2.5 cm (1.0 in.) for each click at a
range of 100 meters.
Make adjustments opposite
to the directions indicated
by the arrows on the aiming
light because you want to
move the spot not the strike
point of the round.
When you have moved the spot to the
center of the target, you are ready to
fire-in to fine tune the zeroing pro-
From a supported position, carefully
fire one practice round at the target.
Determine the distance between the
aiming light spot and the strike of
the round on the target. Adjust the