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Elevation won't go any higher

The scope is a Bausch & Lomb.
The number on the tube is AHO8044.
The rifle is a 60-06

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Take the rear ring off and put a shim UNDER the scope.A small piece of plastic from a blisterpack works well and is very stable.Cardboard or paper will swell with moisture and then shrink when it dries.Good Luck

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Adjust the scope in the rings. Sometimes it requires a shim to solve.

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