The reason: The new target eliminates guesswork and the potential for arguments about how many clicks it takes to accurately move the point of impact.
The Army’s new zeroing target is finding favor at training ranges — and saving units some serious ammunition.
One of the new target’s designers — Sgt. 1st Class Ash Hess, a master marksmanship trainer with the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, Georgia — said initial feedback from the field is that the number of rounds it takes to zero M4 and M16 series weapons has dropped approximately 50 percent.
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