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My tasco red dot is shooting low and does not seem

My tasco sgpd1 red dot is shooting low and does not seem to have enough adjustment to bring it up to center. it's been on the gun for years with no problems. there seems to be no adjustment on the gun ( rem 1100). After 4 revolution in the up direction dot does not move any further up in the view.

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I bet you havent undone the screw clamp first? it has a locking screw to keep it set up on target plus the ajuster screws ,,,undo the lock screw then adjust it, but its a beast to set up,, when it is set up do up the lock screws and it throws it off again,,,

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