## Whats the best zero for AR 15?

The 25-yard Zero At first glance, the classic 25-yard zero is the best zeroing distance across the entire length of terminal effectiveness. At most, it deviates 3-4 inches from point-of-aim and should impact at 300 yards with less than 2 inches of drop.

**At what distance should you sight in a 350 legend?**

A 150-yd. zero is pretty much perfect for 350 Legend, using any of the three above hunting loads, and either a 16″ or 20″ barrel; impacts will be between 1″ to 2″ high at 50 yds., between 1.5″ to 2.5″ high at 100 yds. and between 4.5″ and 5.5″ low at 200 yds.

### At what range should you zero a 6.5 Creedmoor?

For a hunting zero where the muzzle velocity is listed as 2700fps, I recommend sighting-in 3 inches high at 100 yds for a 250yd. zero and drop of 4 inches at 300. The only way to check if the open sights on your SMLE are zeroed is to shoot it at a target.

**What is the best grain bullet for 350 Legend?**

The . 350 Legend normally uses 145-255gr bullets with 150gr, 160gr, and 180gr bullets being most common. Most . 450 Bushmaster ammo typically has bullet weights in the 158gr to 300 gr range, with 250gr and 260 gr bullets being the most popular.

#### What’s the bullet drop on a 350 Legend?

350 Legend Ballistics Chart

Ammo | Bullet Drop (Inches) | |
---|---|---|

Barrel Length | 300 yds. | |

Winchester – 145 Gr. FMJ | 20 | -31.2 |

Hornady Interlock – 175 Gr SP | 20 | -19.4 |

Winchester Deer Season – 150 Gr. XP | 20 | -28.1 |

**What’s the muzzle velocity for a 50 caliber muzzleloader?**

about 1,350 fps.

50 caliber muzzleloaders. A . 45-70 with a 405-grain bullet shoots at about 1,350 fps., where a modern muzzleloader with 100 grains of Pyrodex, or Triple7 powder, will shoot at about the same speed as the . 45-70 cartridge.

## Does a 200 yard zero equal a 50 yard zero?

Again, we see that using a 200 yard zero doesnâ€™t guarantee an exact second zero at 50 yards. At the same, the secondary zero is much closer to the 50 yard mark when using a 200 yard zero in comparison to how close the secondary 200 yard zero was when using a 50 yard zero.

**How much low should I zero for 50 yard?**

I would zero for 50, putting you roughly an inch low at 100. 1/2 inch at 75. Give or take. If you zero for 50 you’ll be a bit high at 100 yards and right back to zero at 200 yards.

### Is it possible to zero a rifle at 50 yards?

It is possible to get pretty close to a 200 yard zero while using a rifle zeroing target at 50 yards. However, this requires using a chronograph to get an accurate velocity reading and a ballistic calculator to determine the expected trajectory deviation at 50 yards. Bottom line is 50/200 yard zeros are very usable for many applications.

**What is the advantage of a 100 yard zero?**

The chief benefit to using a 100 yard zero is that whether your bullet is going 2,500 fps or 3,000 fps it is the peak trajectory. That means from 0-100 yards you only need to be concerned with your height over bore when shooting a target. Live The Armory Life.