Originally Posted by Ratinator
If you turn your turret to the bottom of its travel[not tight wound down]then count how many clicks you have to the top of it's travel, just halve and set your turret there. Do this for both turrets, that way you are getting the best image through your scope.
I used the mounts to get my pellet to hit a fifty yrd line , then use the turret to get back to your zero [mine 30 yds] that means when you are rangeing 45/55yd targets you are using the best of your glass.
These turrets are fully adjustable for height and windage , plus they move with the tube so no crimps on the tube. [always a danger when using shims].
Hope this helps
thankyou very much for your help gents , I certainly understand what your on about now, can I just ask another question please, would you zero the scope indoors ???