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That is right. If you had the rifle held in a vice aimed at a particular point and without moving the rifle you raised the cross hairs you would now be aiming above the point. To get your aim back onto the same spot you would have to loosen the vice and lower the barrel of the rifle. This would mean that the next shot would hit the target lower down. The same is true if you lower the crosshairs which means the bullet would rise.
Likewise moving the crosshairs to the left brings your shot to the right and moving them right brings your shot to the left.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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