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Which is the right scope mount base part number

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What is the weapon that you are trying to get mounts for and what are the part numbers that you have to decide between

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Cant adjust windage to the left eneough


There are several potential problems that could be causing this. The most likely are:

misaligned rings
misaligned ring bases
misaligned ring base screw holes
Bent scope

other potential issues
bad scope
bent barrel
poor action bedding (putting enough pressure on the barrel that it throws the bullet to the right, unlikely)

The first 4 are most likely and can be checked by using a different scope. If you have the same issue with the new scope, then look to the rings and mounts as your probable issue.

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How to readjust a weaver mount?


Make sure the nuts are on the same side of the rifle (both on the right OR left). The clamping mechanism can vary the centering of the scope if they are on opposite sides of the mount.

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however if its shooting low get yourself a strip of 35mm camra film cut a fuw strips off and slip them under the eye end of your scope then nip the scope donw on the film strips, this will life the eye end of the scope up and raze the point of aim, done put more that 4 strips of film under your scope or you may bend the tube if you cant raze it with 3 strips its a new mount, sorry i do this for the guys at my club and on big rifles too, it wont shift or slip if its niped up

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SWIFT MARK II, MODEL 841 SPOTTING SCOPE BASE


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