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Dear season sighting-in question

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by CrazyHazyStu, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. CrazyHazyStu

    CrazyHazyStu Member

    I have an frankenstein 1917 that I plan on using for gun deer season this coming weekend here in Wisconsin. I went out to the range this past weekend and sighted it in. When I got home I thought I noticed a crack on the stock and so took the action off for a closer examination (it was a nasty scratch not a crack). Will I need to head back out to the range to re-zero now that I took off/put back on the action/barrel? I don't use a scope just an old redfield peep sight.


  2. Mainsail

    Mainsail Well-Known Member

    Dear hunting is illegal.
  3. lefteyedom

    lefteyedom Well-Known Member

    Your rifle will still shoot to the same point of aim if you tighten the action screws correctly.
    But heck why would you turn down a good excuse to go shooting?
  4. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

  5. CrazyHazyStu

    CrazyHazyStu Member

    That's true I don't want to shoot "Dear". I'd rather get da 30-point buck (a Wisconsin joke of sorts). R.C. sorry for the deja vu. I won't do it again.

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