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I'm going to "guess" you are new to shooting. Based on that the steps for sighting in any firearm are pretty much the same.

First get your sight - in this case a red dot - firmly mounted on the firearm.

Since you cannot look through the barrel to "bore-sight" the red dot then you will have to set up on a steady platform (benchrest) for the initial shots.

Set the target up about 15 FEET in front of the firearm - to insure the first shot is at least on the paper. Fire a couple of shots and see where they land.

Make adjustments as required to move the point of impact to the center of the target.

Now move out to 25 yards and fire another group and make adjustments to get the point of impact where you want it to be.

Does that help any??

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