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Alright so im new into the sniper world. First things first...im shooting an echo 1 m28 with .25 bbs, a nc star 3-9x40 scope. Many people have said to zero in at 50 meters or 200ft, but hat seems to be impossible for me. my shoots are not even consistant at 50 ft. so please can anyone tell me how to accomplish the task?
 

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First things first, please make an intro post. Secondly, using .25 bbs is most likely the problem. It is not the scope, its the rifle. The light bbs cause inconsistency as they curve all over the place. If your shots are not consistent than how in the world are you expecting to zero the rifle in?? ???

Change to some heavier weight bbs, adjust the hop up, and you will see much better results. Then go ahead and zero in your rifle.
 

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FWIW, I get better range and accuracy using my E1 M28 with .28's than .36's. Strange, but true. So far, the gun is unmodified.

And I no longer waste time attempting to zero optics to airsoft guns. I always leave the optic at factory default, adjust hopup before each game, and adjust my aim point to compensate for how the gun is shooting that day.
 

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I was having the same problem. First get some WE .4's and .3's. The .4's are more consistant and the .3's have better range. Second take the gun apart teflon tape the cylendar head then disasemble the hop up and teflon tape the end of the bucking. I found doing this helped the inconsistant left and right curves. The m28's compression sucks so this helps get some more power also. And make sure you clean the barrel properly, the gun comes with all sorts of gunk in the barrel.
 
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