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For those like me who do not have convenient access to a 200m range I just received 100m zero info from Leupold. The Leupold Tactical Milling Reticle Manual advises a 200m zero to obtain an accurate 50m zero when using the optic as a two-eye open red dot sight. This applies ONLY to the 5.56 CMR-W reticle and when using M855 or other 62gr ammo!

POI= +1.75" @ 100m

FYI: If like mine your range will allow other than "known distance" target placement and you have 28' available behind a 100yd set, place your target there for 100m zeroing. (328' +/- = 100m)
 

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It would be nice if the powers that be make this a sticky.

You know you want one Nato, I strongly suggest you get one too. It is an AMAZING scope!

While I don't have one of those awesome little buggers I do appreciate the info. Who knows maybe down the road I just might.
 
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Thanks Face,

You could, absolutely! But why when it's been made readily available, convenient AND free?

Seamac, no need to sticky it as you can run the numbers for yourself for virtually any ammo available. Nice scope btw!

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