What have you adjusted to, and does it make much of a difference? I read that 50 meters is the "improved" battlesight zero, so I'm guessing that 25 meters is the "old" one. Either way, it should only be a matter of a few inches high or low out to 300 meters at least. The range I went to a few days ago had a 100 meter range, and for some reason, a 30 meter range. So I chose 30 meters and zeroed to that. I guess my current zero is somewhere between old and improved.:embarassed: Also, since I didn't have time to adjust my iron sights in addition to my red dot, I was thinking of adjusting my iron sights to line up with my red dot point of aim, at least until I can get to a range again (Have the dot sit right on top of the front sight post). I know it won't be the most accurate this way, but it should work for now. Has anybody else done this? One last thing. For those of you with red dot sights, are you really getting 1-2" groups at 100 meters? Are you using complete one piece front and rear rifle rests like those made by Caldwell? I was getting 2+ inch groups at 30 meters. Eyesight is fine. I probably just need more practice and a better gun rest than the provided pieces of wood wrapped in carpet (I don't use a rear rest).