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Simmons aetec, put on muzzleloader to boresight and adjustments work in reverse.

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It's a common misconception to think that you're moving the bullet impact on target, when in fact you're moving the scope's reticle to look where the rifle is shooting.... So if your shooting left of your target.. you want to move the crosshairs to the right.
Hope this helps, mark the Gunsmith
Please leave feedback, Thanks!

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