Corps Commander NGV
It's only early August, but I took the opportunity to get a couple of deer rifles zeroed in with new loads. It was 93 degrees with only partial shade and the gnats were out in force. Summer afternoons in S. Georgia are pretty brutal. I only fired a couple of groups with each rifle but I accomplished what I set out to do. I adjusted the scope after firing the initial group. I went too far adjusting the .308 and had to back up. The .270 was really close after the 2nd group and just needed a couple of clicks down. My intention was to have the rifles dead on at 200yds. Hopefully I will have a chance to shoot them at 200 and 300 yards when I come for a pre-season work weekend. I have to go to Jacksonville tomorrow to attend a memorial service for my cousin. It was nice getting trigger time on bolt action rifles even if conditions were miserable.