Re: Box Test
Put up a target that has no holes in it. Larger the better. Put a single dot in the center of it.
Shoot 1 round at the center,
Adjust scope 5moa up and 5moa left, shoot one round.
Adjust scope 10moa down, shoot one round
Adjust scope 10moa right, shoot one round
Adjust scope 10moa up, shoot one round
Adjust scope 5moa down and 5moa left, shoot one round.
You can do that a couple times and you should have 5 nice groups, one in the center and one on each corner.
Then you can measure your groups and see that the centers are 10moa apart at the corners.
There are several ways to shoot it, but this is a simple method. One hint, keep track of where you are at with a piece of paper at the bench. Also, let the barrel cool between shots. Be very precise with every shot, aim all your shots at the center. Some folks shoot the corners first, then shoot the center (that way you have a very consistent aimpoint without any holes in it. Also, make sure you know your exact yardage, so your measurements will work correctly.
Hope this helps,
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