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Elevation knob is topped out i still need to go up about 5"

Im sighting in a new bdc 250 on a thompson center encore it is shooting 4" to 6" low and the elevation knob is topped out and will not let me bring the sight higher what do i do

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    cutlassguy May 11, 2010

    if you are shooting low shouldn't you move the elevation down? Sometimes you can tap lightly on the adjustments to seat the screws. What yardage are you sighting in at?

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Remove the top of the rear scope ring and place a plastic shim UNDER the scope.I use plastic because it is impervious to weather.I usually use clear plastic from a blister pak but even a shim cut from a plastic milk jug will work.I just cut it to size with a pair of scissors.I have done this many times to correct for the mismatch in the height of the rings.

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