If the POI is high, and you have wound the rear mount right up and the front mount down, you've adjusted it in exactly the opposite way.
If it is high when the elevation turret is about in the middle, drop the rear and raise the front mount to move the cross hair up to the pellet's poi.
For what it's worth, I currently have a Mk1 on my Steyr, it's on a rail, with raiser blocks as well under the adjustable mounts, so quite a high scope set-up. It zero'd fine with the mounts correctly set up and still leaves enough adjustment to be able to dial down to 8 yards ok.
Last edited by paul4be; 26th May 2012 at 09:02 AM.