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Old 01-19-2010, 13:56   #11
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Originally Posted by internal View Post
If that's good enough for you then so be it.

But why would you go through the trouble driving to your shooting spot and sighting your irons in and then just "eyeball" the zero on your red dot that you purchase with your hard earned money.

That just seems lazy to me.
I have done this several times. I know if I have two fixed points, I can adjust a third point inbetween those points. I have never considered myself extraordinary in this ability.

Please explain why this would be an issue. It appears to be simple engineering.
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