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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Load your gun up and when you can shoot it, aim with your new glass(Scope) and lay out a group of three slugs, not buckshot, (i'm assuming your shooting a shotgun). Then use some trial and error to tighten your dot to your grouping. I don't blame you for the confusion, but normally, most scopes set up for this adjustment pattern are moving your target according to the knobs, not your crosshairs or dot. Another option you have is to buy a laser bore sighter. then you can play with adjusting your scope for in the field or wherever with much more comfort when you need to. You can find them online at walmart or almost any sporting goods store these days, yes they save ammo and yeas they save time, but i still shoot to make sure i'm dead on after using mine.
Posted on May 06, 2008
point the telescope at some thing during the day and adjust the finder scope and at night point at a star look through the eye piece and center the object in the eye piece then adjust the finder scope.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Assuming the scope is ok, and the gun is ok, it must be the shooter, Not you but the stance, holding, bench rest, something is not consistent. If I was you, I would set up a big piece of cardboard at 15 yards, get the rifle on a beanbag or a bench rest, aim at a one inch spot in the center of the cardboard, shoot about 3 times, depending on where the pellet is hitting, move the adj knobs accordingly, do it again, 3 times, adj, as many times as it takes, get it centered, then, shoot it about 3 times at a clean plate, if it hits it's mark 3 times, then you can try it standing, and you should be able to build confidence in it so you know where it shoots, and won't be discouraged. Now if the rifle is bad, or the scope mounts loose, you will fight the thing all day and end up trashing it. I would blame the mounts first, then the scope, then the rust spot in the barrel, rare. If it is a break action rifle, you can set it up in a box with v's cut into it, look through the bore at the target, make sure it doesn't move, the scope should be looking at the same exact thing, if it isn't, something is wrong. You can set it up this way to start, and then fine tune it with pellets. Check it out, hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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