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Old 26th May 2014, 07:27 PM
Arthur Arthur is offline
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the glass on the vipers not that good but most people seem to do well with it.
I think the fixed 10 power Viper should punch above it's cost optically, compared to zooming scopes anyway, (based on nothing whatsoever other than experience with optics as a photographer.)

Your method for optically centring is wrong
But someone wrote it on the internet?! Yeah, didn't believe in that method really just playing, the way using a thick glass mirror seems more promising.

So you are saying the explanation that the pellets always go left regardless of the mounts being turned is simply that the scope isn't optically centred and that is a much bigger input than the smaller inaccuracy in the mounts. Yes - that would explain it, I get that - cheers.
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