Question about Optics
The gun can be getting hot during your sighting in session. Heat from the reviver can throw your setting off, then as you adjust things get worse. Start and loosen the scope rings one at the time. Front first, and re-tighten, then the rear. Fire 2 shot groups, letting the gun cool some in-between each group. This way you can figure out if it is the scope loosing it's center or the mounts getting in a bind due to heat and twisting the tube. After each adjustment tap on the scope to set the cross hairs, again this will give you feed back, if the scope can hold it's center. Hope this helps Fix Ya up.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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