Gear Review: IR Tools Universal Zeroing Target (VIDEO)

12/4/18 12:00 PM | by

IR Tools Universal Zeroing Target allows shooters to zero all advanced sight systems – day lasers, night lasers, night vision – mounted to a single gun. (Photo: Chase Welch/Guns.com)

The IR Tools Universal Zeroing Target design allows shooters to zero all advanced sight systems – day lasers, night lasers, night vision – mounted to a single firearm. Each target has three different film pieces that reflect the technology that makes the sight systems work.

The target comes with reflective 1-by-1-inch squares that have an adhesive back and can be placed on the center aiming point, or anywhere the shooter desires. On the back of the target, IR Tools publishes zeroing data for common combinations of weapons, optics, and laser aiming devices. This adjustment data greatly speeds up the zeroing process.

If for some reason your gear isn’t listed, IR Tools also has an open source smartphone app that allows anyone to contribute data.

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