Almost always, when you add a suppressor to your rifle, the point of impact will change. You’ll need to “re-zero” the rifle for suppressed shooting. With most modern suppressor mounts, this shift is (in most cases) repeatable, so once you adjust for the suppressor configuration with a given load, you won’t have to do it again. If you change any other variables, another zeroing session at the range will be in your future.
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