This free, printable M4 zero target features five silhouettes instead of just one, so you should be able to get on paper, dial in your irons/backup sights, then dial in your optic, all without needing to change your target.
It’s free to download and prints from a standard printer. Share it wherever you want.
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Zeroing Your Rifle
If you don’t know how to zero your AR-15, it’s worth it to learn how. It’s a straight forward task, and you can probably pick it up with some common sense and watching YouTube.
If you can’t dial in your own rifle then you’ll always be reliant on someone else to make your rifle work. Most likely, your local range officer can help you out if you get stuck. It’s common for people to not know, so don’t feel embarrassed to ask for help.
Do yourself and everyone around you a favor. Take the time to zero your rifle properly, and to confirm zero regularly.
It’s irresponsible to have a rifle that isn’t sending bullets where you want them to go. Remember that a rifle that shoots “a few inches to the left” at 10 yards will only shoot more and more to the left the further away your target is. This can mean the difference between shooting a home invader and shooting a family member.
You should be able to send your bullets where they need to go, and you can’t do that without a zeroed rifle.
Use this free printable M4 zero target to save some time and frustration. Zero whenever you mount a new optic, buy a new rifle, or after routine maintenance.