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Slipping the rings (setting zero) on a Burris Signature ain't easy...Or is it?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Buckskinner, Jan 23, 2004.

  1. Buckskinner

    Buckskinner New Member

    Folks, I had my LRPR out today, and tried to slip the rings to set zero. Its a Burris Signature 8-32 with Target Turrets.

    I found where I wanted zero to be, and loosened the two very small allen bolts that lock the screw. I moved the screw ring down to the zero hash mark and tightened up the bolts again.

    Here's the bad thing: The small ring at the base of the turret that has the zero hash and other numbers on it for indexing the screw ring MOVES. So unless I put a witness mark on that ring and the scope body, how will I know where my zero really is? What am I missing here?

    It looks like the base/hash rings are supposed to rotate, maybe to see better, but I don't understand how I'm supposed to find zero then...

    There's nothing on the website or in the literature. Requests of the company have gone unreturned...
  2. Buckskinner

    Buckskinner New Member

    Nobody zeroes their scope?

    Or has a Burris?

    Can the viewer's recommend any resources?

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