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I cant site the scope in the adjustment ot make it go left to right will not adjust

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Put the gun in a vise. Look into a mirror and align the crosshairs so that you have one set of crosshairs when viewing in the mirror. The windage adjustment is maxed to the side you are trying to adjust . This will set the parallax of the crosshairs close to zero and allow adjustment in all directions.

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