Oregon Rifleworks
Gun Deals
Low Price Guns
Sporting Systems
J&B Firearm Sales
Simply Triggers
Advertise on Northwest Firearms
Defensive Arts
Buster Beaver Cerakote
HighLine Firearms
Southwest Firearms

tac

Messages
8,124
Reactions
20,441
Again this is an air rifle. I was hoping to shoot within 20-30 feet as that's all I'm shooting at the moment. Really I use this thing to shoot rats at and it's quite good but the scope I was hoping to use at a more distance and dial in later if needed. Hope this helps and thanks for the advice so far.

View attachment 903906 View attachment 903907
We appreciate that. The problem is that we really have TWO threads going on here now - one is the first posit - breaking in a .22 rifle, and second is yours, about sighting in an air rifle,

MODS, please split these two subjects!!!!
 

tac

Messages
8,124
Reactions
20,441
Nobody sighted in my rifle before me. Brand new rifle. I might have to look at the rifle again to check for these nuances. Not something I really thought about. This one doesn't have true iron sights, they are plastic but still helps the general aim.
Open sights are generically referred to as 'iron sights' no matter what they are made of, so that they are not confused with peep sights, diopter/aperture sights, tang sights or scopes.
 
Messages
94
Reactions
57
We appreciate that. The problem is that we really have TWO threads going on here now - one is the first posit - breaking in a .22 rifle, and second is yours, about sighting in an air rifle,

MODS, please split these two subjects!!!!
I apologize for derailing this one. My fault. I was noticing how well folks were talking about this kinda thing. Hope the mods can steer us straight. New topic post please.
 
Southwest Firearms
Cerberus Training Group
Pacwest Defense
Copeland Custom Gunworks
Sporting Systems
Advertise on Northwest Firearms

Latest Resource Reviews

New Classified Ads

Top