Learn about resighting your gun after you drop it while hunting for deer in this free video on hunting deer.
Hi this is John. One of the things that will happen from time to time on a deer hunt, even to the most experienced of hunters is actually drop your rifle. The last thing you want to do is be out in the deer woods and have a trophy buck in your sights and find out that the rifle is off zero. What you can do is take off the caps on the scope and take a few shot, see where the bullet is hitting, if it’s still on zero put the caps back on, if its not take a penny that I have here in my hand, adjust the sights so they’ll be back where they should be. This is going to eliminate a ruined hunt for you. You take time and effort to be out in the woods to look for that trophy buck; don’t let a scope that’s off zero mess that hunt up for you.
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