Question about Optics
Your adjustments may be internal. Sometimes what look like adjustment knobs on the outside of the scope are actually screw down covers for the adjustment screws. It helps keep the scope zeroed once set. Of course check the manual for your scope if possible but if unavailable and cannot be located online, try turning one of the "knobs" counter clock-wise to see if it might unscrew. If this happens you should find a small flat tip screwdriver adjustment screw. This will let you make the adjustments you want.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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