Ok, so I just got a new Nikon Buckmasters 6-18x40SF with target turrets for my 7mm Rem. Mag. So now after I sight it in do I reset the turrets back to 0? Or do I just make adjustment accordingly from where it is sighted in at for different ranges? If this don't make any sense let me know and I will try and reword it. Thanks for any help.
Get your scope zeroed at the yardage that you want, then remove screws in the center of the turrets, lift the turret to disengage it and turn it to zero and push it back down. Now replace the screws. If it is the same as the monarch.
That scope has 50 moa adjustment and that will get you out there a long ways... however check your scope mounts to make sure that the scope is not leaning to the front.. I once had a Nikon monarch on Leupold rings that when sighted in at 100 yds I only had 7 MOA adjustment up.. If you are wanting to shoot long ranges then you can try what I did and that is to center the cross hairs in the scope (25MOA up and 25MOA down) and use a boresighter and place shims under the scopemounts to bring your crosshairs to the zero point rather than adjusting your turrets this will give you more adjustment for those longer shots (remember that you will need longer mounting screws if you shim it up very much).... Hope that makes some sence