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IR Laser Zero Targets from Telluric Group

If you have ever zeroed an IR laser, you will appreciate the IR Laser Zero Targets from Telluric Group. A friend of mine recently put these to use and was thrilled with how they took the pain out of the process.

From Telluric Group:

Establishing a precise zero is the foundation for effective marksmanship. Zeroing IR lasers has always been a chore. The ‘bloom’ or ‘halo’ caused by the laser dot on traditional zero targets make it close to impossible to determine with any precision where the laser dot (point of aim) actually is in relation to the center of the target. Our patent pending Zero Targets have three features that make zeroing easier and more precise.

First, they have a ½ inch reflective square at the center of the target (point of aim). When the laser is centered on the target the reflective square illuminates dramatically to indicate proper (exact) POA. We have seen a tremendous improvement in shot groups since we started using these targets in our classes.

Next, approximate impact area for zero distances of 50/ 200m, 100m, and 25/ 300m (using the constant offset method, which we generally recommend) are indicated by three circles that are printed onto the target.

Finally, each target has a zero adjustment grid that is designed to match the lasers adjustment increments so that 1 click on the laser’s adjustors = 1 square on the target. On this particular target, the grid squares are each 1 cm.

These 8.5″ x 11″ targets are sold in packs of 10, 50, or 100.

Check out the IR Laser Zero Targets at Telluric.us.

Telluric Training to Launch Daily Regimen

Telluric Training has offered their Range Drill of the Day program, delivered to your inbox, for years. Soon they will take that concept up a notch with the introduction of their Daily Regimen.

The Daily Regimen will go beyond just shooting drills to include fitness and combatives. The drills and workouts will be structured so that they can be completed in 1 hour or less. Even those of you who aren’t near Telluric Training’s facility can receive the email drills to incorporate into your own routine.

Join the Range Drill of Day to be the first to know when the Daily Regimen goes live.

Field of View Isn’t a Thing with Red Dot Sights

If you are using your red dot sight (RDS) correctly, you shouldn’t really have to worry about field of view (FOV). The idea that FOV is a concern with red dot sights likely comes from people using them incorrectly or a misunderstanding of how they work.

With both eyes open and target focus, you should barely be aware of the body of the RDS. You look past the RDS and only see the red dot superimposed on your target which is where your focus should be (in most cases). If you find yourself being sucked into the tube, you may be focusing on the dot.

Sights like Aimpoints are often referred to as “1X” optics which is not technically true. They are not magnifying the view through the optic – think window, not magnifying glass. Red dot sights are usually non-magnified optics and not subject to the geometry that creates the conical field of view found in magnified optics.

Aimpoint recently posted a video featuring John Lovell of Telluric Group that offers a brief explanation of how to employ your dot sight so that FOV is not an issue:

Buy and Try Night Vision at Telluric Group

If you are in the market for night vision, check out Telluric Group. You can buy and try all in the same place which is unique in the market. They will help learn the settings and how to set up your new gear for success. They are also the premier destination for civilian night vision training and you can save a significant amount of cash by bundling your night vision purchase with training.

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