“I don’t have a bore sighter. What if I’m not on paper? What if I shoot the wrong target? I’ll look like an idiot.” Those are the thoughts that might run through your head if you aren’t confident in your ability to sight in your scope. Fortunately, there is a fast and easy way to do this. Other than the cost of a few shots, it’s even free. You don’t need a bore sighter, and you won’t waste a bunch of ammo trying to adjust your impact a few inches at a time.
2. Pick out, or place, a small target on the berm. For me, that was an old piece of styrofoam. Aim and fire at the target. Using the berm is important because you need to be able to see the impact of your shot.
4. You should now be really close to right on target. You can fine-tune the adjustments on a better target.
This method may seem obvious to some people. However, the world of scopes and guns, particularly on a crowded rifle range, can be confusing. I hope this will save some ammo, time, and frustration.