Doug Koenig - Sighting In Your Rifle

30-year professional shooter shows how it's done

Buying a rifle is just the very first step. Whether you're using iron sights or a scope or red-dot optic, the rifle must be sighted-in. This means that the point-of-impact of the bullet is the same as your point-of-aim. Many factors can affect this but none more than not having your rifle/sighting system zeroed in the first place.

Doug Koenig, 30-year professional shooter and many time World Champion gives our Gallery of Guns readers tips on getting your rifle sighted-in.