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I had a gunsmith install my Konus #7234 3x9x32 and the instructions were not forwarded. Q. As I look down the scope at the target, the adjustment labeled left (with arrow) is that oriented like my left as I face the target?

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Yes it should be,,,to zero your scope clamp your rifle down so it wont move and fire into a target look at the hole the bullet made and if the cross is not on it move the cross till it is over the hole,,,dont move the gun till you have lined up the cross with the bullet strike,,,,,you should zero it in 3 shots this way?

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