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07 Nov 11 Rite in the Rain 25 meter Zeroing Target for M-16A2 / M4 / AR-15 Rifle

Fun Gun Reviews Presents: “Rite in the Rain” M-16A2/ M4 25 Meter Zeroing Targets. Used by US Military, these waterproof targets allow you to set your 300 meter Zero while shooting at 25 meters. Battleboy Surplus Rite in Rain Web Page: www.battleboysurplus.com Battleboy Surplus 5% off discount code: “Sootch00” Battleboy’s YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com Rite in the Rain Tactical Products: www.riteintherain.com Thanks for watching~

Tags: AR15, M16A2, Meter, Rain, Rifle, Rite, Target, zeroing

Reader's Comments

  1. |

    Question I have a M&P 15 Sport it has an A2 Front post 16″ Barrel 1 in 8″ Twist 5R Rifiling Rear sights start at 6/8 dual aperture not a handle. My range is 25 yards 50 yards 100yards and 200 yards. I printed out the 25 meter M4 zeroing target on 81/2 x 11″ paper how far below the bullseye should my POI be to be zeroed in. Thank you

    IRONSTORM4

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    @TheHossUSMC 25 meters is equal to 27.34 yards…This is the standard army rifle zero out to 300 meters.

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    Thanks for this outstanding video and the deal on the zeroing targets for the AR. I’ve been looking for just this sort of thing!

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    @TheHossUSMC actually it would be at 27.325 yards to be equal b/c 25 m = 27.325 yds. 1 meter equal 1.0936 yards

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    is that a regulare size piece of paper

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    the ending was excellent :) keep up the good work

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    @TheAngryvikingman .

    No they do not. They teach you how to interpret your target after each series of fire. But this is a nice product.

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    Most of the planet uses meters, so…

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    :) very nice

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    @EwFreDDe nato has standards for the ammunition used…..this way is more available when in the field. if they had a 300 yard range..they would use it.

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    @Battleboy441 ywa but a heavy (im not so familiar with the .223 caliber) 70 grain bullet vs a really lightweight, 30grain will have a really huge difference in the arch.
    so even if ur hitting it on the 25m line dosnt allways make sure ull hit it on the 300 m line it might go way over or way low or right on. but lets just agree to disagree 😛

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    @EwFreDDe I believe that is what i said, but your not looking for that level of accuracy with iron sights on an AR-15. The zeroing target is made it get you close enough for combat. Like I said a decent grouping on a man sized target at 300 yards. You’re not going to be punching quarters but most people aren’t looking to do that with an AR-15 anyway.

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    Great product, thanks for the info. Hasta la vista jajaja muy bueno!!

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    @Battleboy441 hate to bust ur bubble but ballistics aply to all guns.

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    @EwFreDDe If I want to punch quarters with my .270 Winchester at 300 yards than yes. But for an AR-15 that your trying to get a good grouping within a man sized target at 300 yards. Then a 25 yard zeroing target works just fine. IMO

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    quit wasting water>.> and thanks for letting me know the zeroing targets i couldn’t remember what they were called!

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    @BLAYDZ99 i mean all ammo isnt the same, bulletweight and amount of powder casing brand etc= all ammo has a different trajectory…. therefor u should allways shoot in a gun at 300 yards if ur going to be shooting at 300 yards. u know?

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    @EwFreDDe omg, dude they both use the 5.56 NATO round, wtf do you think? of course they both use the same bullet

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    Cool!

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    Nice targets.

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    :/ so according to this target, all ammo leaving a m16 or a m4 has the same trajectory be it factory or reloaded ammo?

  22. |

    A very useful and nicely thought out product. Thanks for the demos.

    Haha…..funny ending as well. Gotta love .45’s.

  23. |

    Obviously permanent inks are good, but a simple pencil just rocks on these…

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    looks like I’ll have to get an ar-15 to justify buying those targets….. 😀

  25. |

    Good vid… I didn’t read all the comments, but… How about a review on the grip pod and is the pod the mil one with steel inserts?