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Hi, I've just bought a WEBLEY 'Bowman' spring 22 and HAWK 3x9x40 mill dot scopes. Had major probs with zeroing in the scope, had to shim ffront of the scope mount because of no further adjustment!!! I'm now too far right and again no further adjustment on the sites!!! Although the sites and scope block fitted correctly! How do I rectify the problem please?

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This sounds like you have a faulty scope mount,,,,or a broken scope,,ie the turrets have been forsed

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