How to Zero Bering Optics Hogster Charge Digital Night Vision Scopes "In-One-Shot"
Zeroing your new scope is essential for accurate shooting. This manual will lead you through the "single-shot" zeroing technique for Bering Optics Hogster Charge Digital Night Vision Scopes, enabling you to attain accuracy with minimal exertion.
"One-Shot" Zeroing Step-by-Step Guide:
- Adjust scope mode: Confirm that your Hogster Charge is in daytime mode.
- Adjust scope magnification: Verify your scope is on its native magnification (3x on display).
- Pick the right rifle profile: Choose the zeroing profile from G1, G2, G3, and G4.
- Ready the target: Attach a target to the cardboard sheet center or use a standard large paper target.
- Fire the initial shot: Shoot once at the target center. You should be on paper but not dead-on.
- Enter the zeroing menu: Press and hold the Menu button for the advanced menu, navigate to the second page, and access the zeroing sub-menu.
- Align the reticle: Aim again at the paper/cardboard center and use the front and rear buttons to shift your reticle towards the bullet hole left by the first shot. Press the Menu button briefly to switch between "X" (Left-Right) and "Y" (Up-Down). When moving the reticle from its initial position, this spot will be marked with a white dot. Ensure that when aiming with this white dot at the target center, the reticle is pointing at the first shot's bullet hole. This guarantees your rifle is in the same position as the first shot, with the white dot signifying the original reticle location aiming at the same point; and in this position, the reticle is now 'looking at' the bullet hole.
- Save the new reticle position: Press and hold the Menu button to save the reticle's updated position.
- Check your "single-shot" zero: You've now achieved what hunters call a single-shot zero, sufficient to kill a hog at 200 yards. For longer shots, verifying the first shot's accuracy and ensuring no mistakes were made when moving the reticle and saving its new position is crucial. Proceed to the next step for verification.
- Confirm the zero: Shoot at the target center at least three more times, aiming at the same point. If the previous procedure was executed correctly, you should be dead on now or within 1 or 2 clicks from either side. Make this one or two-click adjustment if needed. It's crucial to remember that you should always move the reticle towards the bullet hole to adjust. For example, if your shot is to the right of the dead-on, then move the reticle to the right. It may be counterintuitive, but it's how digital scopes operate – when you move the reticle to the right on the scope display, it will prompt you to move your rifle to the left next time to aim at the target.
Following this step-by-step guide effectively zeroes your Bering Optics Hogster Charge Digital Night Vision Scope using the "single-shot-zero" method. This technique minimizes the time and effort needed for zeroing. Always practice safe shooting habits and verify your zero before hunting or any shooting activities.
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