When I first set my BSZ I was trying to make the POI right under, or covered by, the top of the front post. Today I intended to move the POI to just above the top of the front post. However, about 10 minutes from the range, and 35 minutes away from the house, I remembered that I forgot my skinny needle-nose pliers.
So, I just worked a little at 30 meters trying to find where to hold. I was shooting surplus Germany ammunition off of a table with a rest. Iron sights (no scope).
Then I put the Bone Man at 50 yds. I fired a total of 10 shots while standing. I fired five shots and then checked with my binoculars; those first shots are the lower ones.
Next I stacked up several rubber pads to put myself at a level to sit crossed-legged and rest the barrel on the rail separating the range from the tables. I did this because unless the SHTF scenario happens to happen at the gun range, I’m probably not going have a table rest to shoot from. Then I fired one shot at Bone Man’s head.
I followed that one shot with nine more.
The last target was placed at 100 yds. I fired 10 rounds at upper CM from the table with the gun rest this time.
Next I fired a single round at the head again.
And then I finished off the magazine trying nine more head shots.