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Sterling peep sight

Post by alphozo » Tue Jan 15, 2013 11:22 pm

I wanted to get people's opinion on what setting they keep their sterling rear peep at during competitions. I have in the past kept it at 200 yards but was thinking about switching to 100 yards. In a competition setting will this hinder the fast aquisition of other targets? What are your thoughts?

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Re: Sterling peep sight

Post by todd » Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:13 am

I'm sure Mr L34A1 will chime in himself at some point on this issue. What distance are you zeroing at?

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Re: Sterling peep sight

Post by alphozo » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:26 pm

Actually I was hoping to go to his select fire course this year. Zeroing in is a loose term but approx 30 yards maybe.

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Re: Sterling peep sight

Post by todd » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:00 pm

alphozo wrote:Actually I was hoping to go to his select fire course this year. Zeroing in is a loose term but approx 30 yards maybe.
His class is a lot of fun and eye opening and a definite "must do" for any serious competitor and shooter. Most subguns should be zeroed at 25 yards and I would think you'd want to zero with your 100 yard aperture and use that primarily.

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Re: Sterling peep sight

Post by AndrewA » Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:43 am

I use the 100 yard sight, and zero for 1" high at 20 yards. With a 124gr bullet and 1370 muzzle velocity (NATO-spec 124gr), that is dead on at 100 yards, 1" high at 20 yards, 2" high at 30 yards.
With a Center of Mass hold, that should be good for anything you see at a subgun match (or anywhere else).

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