rezero

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re·ze·ro

 (rē′zîr′ō, -zē′rō)
tr.v. re·ze·roed, re·ze·ro·ing, re·ze·roes
To reset (a gauge or control) back to zero.

rezero

(ˌriːˈzɪərəʊ)
vb (tr)
to reset to zero
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Keep in mind, of course, that replacing either sight with a taller or shorter one will require rezeroing for windage.
If he went to Africa and had to substitute ammunition, would it be necessary to waste valuable time rezeroing his gun, while absorbing the punishment of heavy recoil at the bench, messing up his schedule and perhaps the schedules of his guide and other hunters?
While I didn't conduct a box test, my range sessions with the scope included a lot of rezeroing for different types of ammo, and the scope always moved the promised 1/4 m.o.a.
Important principles covered during IMU training and use include keeping the feet still while at rest to minimize unintended movements of the prosthesis, avoiding extreme foot movements that lead to an "over-angle" detection (in which the foot moves to an extreme angle and foot movements no longer command the specific prosthetic action), correct positioning of the feet when rezeroing the IMUs (rezeroing is done to reset the IMU position to the starting position), meaning of the built-in LED lights on the IMUs, and the features and function of walk detect.
These events included the administration of drugs (both time and type of drug), the times of significant patient motion, surgical incisions, washing patients, attachment to a heart lung machine, time of significant changes ([+ or -]20 mm Hg) of blood pressure, induction, extubation, central line insertion, patient/patient bed position change, arterial line rezeroing, flushing, or height adjustments.
You can swap them back and forth on the same gun for your chosen loads with essentially no rezeroing necessary.
All Merlin sights can be attached via a quick-release mount onto a Picatinny rail and be installed and removed without rezeroing the weapon, boresight alignment being less than 0.5 MOA.
When any cartridge is loaded with different bullet weights and to widely varying velocity levels, and fired in the typical rifle, point of impact will usually vary enough to require rezeroing the rifle when changing from one load to another.
Features include a .25 percent full scale terminal point accuracy, multiple engineering units, ranges from vacuum through 20,000 psi including compound ranges, a tamper-resistant rezeroing feature, a percent-of-range bar graph and a weatherproof case to IP 65.
Other features include large, easy to read LCD display, low battery indicator, automatic power off function to conserve battery life, simple fast calibration and tare push-button for quick, easy rezeroing. Units include two AAA batteries, and vinyl carrying case.