Question about Spotting Scopes
After mounting this scope i shot at the botom of a 4x4 sheet at 25 yards so i raiesed the scope and ran out of adjustment i am still not hiting bulls eyes at 25 yards? do i need to shim it and where do i shim it?
You may need to purchase a base with a built in taper to help zero your scope. Look for "20 MOA scope base" if interested in purchasing. Go Here:
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Posted on May 31, 2010
Just a thought to consider. I don't know what type of air gun you have but most have a double recoil which can damage or destroy a conventional scope. I'm unsure if Lepold makes a scope for air rifles- be sure you are using the correct scope!
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Your scope is always going to be more comfortable closer to your rifle. A lower profile and smaller degree of adjustment are what you want. if possible zoom out as far as possible to zero in your rifle at twenty five yards, and if you still have trouble try to zero at fifty yards. your optic was meant to work much farther out than twenty five yards so if you're not used to those ranges bring a card table and chair until you get confortable shooting that far out.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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