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Scope needs rise about 4 inches but is adjusted all the way up...remington 700

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This is all down to the scope/mounts,,,,to bring the bullet drop higher if the scope has reached its limit all you can do now is,,,
cut 3 bits of 35mm camera film to fit under the eye end of the scope,,,,undo the scope cap (eye end) and slip in the film under the scope so its pinched between the noun and the botom of the scope,,this will raiz the point of aim by at least 5 inches at 100 yds

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