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Old 26th January 2016, 06:33 PM
stryder5 stryder5 is offline
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Originally Posted by SteveC200 View Post
Blimey, you make it sound complicated.

Put scope in mounts, put mounts on gun. Optically centre the scope (mirror or count clicks). Undo the lock bolts until the mounts can be moved but only with some effort. Take a shot at your zero range. Use the height adjusting screw to wind the rear mounts up. Take another shot. Keep going until its on zero or near enough. Do the same for the windage adjustment on the mounts. Tighten the locking bolts and take a few more shots for a final zero adjustments on the scope.

Done and off shooting while youre still looking for your workmate.
You can optically centre the scope by mechanically counting clicks, I learn something everyday
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