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PCC Sight in distance for USPSA  

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7 hours ago, Bwillis said:

I shoot uml and uspsa, I zero 25 yards for both.  As stated above it’s easy to have short holdovers than long holderovers. This is what I found for my holdovers with the equipment I use.

 

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^^^^THIS!

 

I experienced the exact results as BWILLIS.  I zero at 25 yards, but what I found to work incredibly well is to fine tune my zero at 50 yards.  The POA/POI at 25 and 50 are the same, but I see more resolution at 50 for fine tuning the zero.  Afterward, I note impacts from three to 25 yards and record the height over bore offsets.

 

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7 hours ago, Bwillis said:

I shoot uml and uspsa, I zero 25 yards for both.  As stated above it’s easy to have short holdovers than long holderovers. This is what I found for my holdovers with the equipment I use.

 

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Wow....so the bullet is rising that much that early?  I would have though the impacts would start lower and rise until about 20-25 yds. 

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1 hour ago, MoRivera said:

Wow....so the bullet is rising that much that early?  I would have though the impacts would start lower and rise until about 20-25 yds. 

 

Good catch, I didn’t realize I said hits. I edited the listed to poa not poi

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I have mine zeroed at probably around 15-20 yards because nothing I've shot with the PCC so far has been any farther than that.  Local IDPA. USPSA, steel or plates.  I still have to remember to holdover a bit at close targets.  What I'll probably do is make marks on my C-More by the elevation adjustment for between 10, 25, and 50 yards for zero so that I can adjust if needed.

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