Season Prep Tip: Sighting in Your Rifle
All rifles should be sighted-in before every hunt using the ammunition you plan to use. A gun that was sighted-in prior to your last outing could have been knocked out of alignment by a single jolt. That misalignment could mean the difference between a successful hunt and a disappointing experience.
Rifles should be topped with quality scopes at a minimum of 3×9 power with a 40mm objective or larger. Remember, we take longer shots out West, and often in low-light conditions.
For a detailed instruction on how to properly site in your rifle click here.
Other than ensuring accurate shots, sighting-in a rifle has other advantages:
- Forces you to practice
- Makes accurate shooting possible
- Helps identify problems with your firing technique
- Builds confidence in your shooting ability
If you have any questions about your firearm or optics please give us a call at 307.266.4229.