Am I bored or that??? For a long while I've been bore sighting my rifles during scope installation and I'm pretty good at it. Things like the crosshairs must be below the reticle to allow for the drop of the bullet, basic stuff. What I've recently seen is that not all rifles bore sight the same. During a recent shoot in NC I pulled out my backup rifle to check it zeroed before a match. I noticed it was about 2 to 3 MOA off center (windage) barrel pointing to the right. The barrel is free floated and not bound in any way and the rifle shoots fine and accurate AND was zeroed as shown by subsequent live fire tests. I'm having just a little difficulty understanding why this rifles bore must be pointed so much to the right for it to be zeroed. I've seen a few others that were a little right or left but not so much as this one. As a note: I've begun carring a Leupold Bore sight to verify my rifle zero. I have the rifle zeroed at 100 yards and THEN use the Leupold Bore Sight to record the position of the reticle on the grid. (I have this logged in my data book for each rifle.) I can then backcheck my zero by slapping on the Bore Sight and taking a quick read.