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How to Adjust Gun Sights
- The key to shooting a gun accurately is having the knowledge of how to adjust the gun's sights. Accurate guns can be a pleasure to shoot when adjusted correctly. On most guns there are two sights, front and rear, with two adjustments, windage and elevation. Adjusting the sights can be simple if you follow a process. Before shooting or adjusting the sights, check the gun to make sure it is in proper working condition and find a safe place to shoot.
- Shoot an initial group of at least three shots at 20 yards to see the point of impact (POI). Use a solid rest and practice good shooting mechanics to get the most accurate group possible. Take note of where the shots are impacting the target.
- Adjust the sight with the adjustment tool or by clicking the adjustments in the appropriate windage direction. Windage refers to the distance left or right of the POI compared to the intended target. Make an adjustment to the front sight that follows that direction. For example, if the bullet is hitting right of the target, adjust the front sight by moving it to the right. If the sight has an adjustable rear sight, move the sight in the opposite direction of the POI.
- Move the sight's elevation adjustment based on the POI. Elevation refers to the distance above or below the intended target. If the POI was above the intended target, move the rear sight down or the front sight up. If the POI was below the target, move the rear sight up or the front sight down.
- Make small adjustments followed by shooting a three-shot group. Repeat that process as necessary until a consistent group is achieved.
How to Clean Gun Sights
- A clean lens on a telescopic gun sight can mean the difference between shooting the target and an unsuccessful hunting trip. Regularly cleaning your scope and keeping the scope cap on when not in use can ensure that your lens is free of smudges, dirt and dust and that the image is crisp, clear and ready for your next trip. Most scopes contain multi-coated colored lenses that require a clean lens for the maximum image resolution and detail. Keeping a few cleaning products around designed for cleaning lenses can encourage you to better maintain one of the most important elements of your gun.
- Things You'll Need: Lens brush, Liquid lens cleaner, Soft cloth
- Clean off any dirt or dust on the lens of your telescopic gun sight using the lens brush. Brush toward the edge of the lens. Brushes designed specifically to clean lenses are easily found online or at your local gun shop.
- Apply a few drops of the liquid lens cleaner to the soft cloth. There are liquids designed specifically for cleaning lenses. No other type of cleaning liquid should be used to clean lenses on telescopic gun sights. Lens cleaners are generally less harsh on the eyes and are less likely to damage lenses. Make sure to check your scope buyer's information before applying any cleaning liquid to the surface of your lens.
- Rub the soft cloth on the lens in a circular motion until all smudges and fingerprints are removed. Many brands of microfiber cloths are well suited for cleaning lenses. Don't press too firmly with the cloth while cleaning. Sand or other harder particles may be on the lens. These harder materials could scratch the surface of the lens if too much pressure is applied when cleaning.
- Dry the lens of your telescopic gun sight immediately with the microfiber cloth. This will help avoid leaving streaks and residue on the lens from the lens cleaner.
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