phorath had basicaly the same problem that he posted in Nov. 08 see Left @ 300 yds - Right @ 1000 yds? WTH?
here was my sugestion
Re: Left @ 300 yds - Right @ 1000 yds? WTH?
I don't know what bases you are using, solid or windage adjustable, but I had the same problem with my 300Win mag Leupold 4.5 x14LR with Leupold windage adjustable bases. If your scope is not in perfect alignment with your barrell for windage you will experience crossover. A lot of shooters, and shops for that matter, will mount a scope on windage adjustable bases, then adjust the windage using only the crosshair windage adjustment. It is very important to adjust the windage first by using the windage adjustment on the base, fine tune with the crosshair adjustment. It is very important to start with the crosshairs centered for windage. A very easy way to check this is to place a mirror against the objective of your scope, if you see two sets of windage crosshairs, the crosshairs are not centered. Bring the crosshairs back to zero and adjust windage first by adjusting the base adjustment. Hope this helps, it solved my problems
It looks like it solved his problem, most likely would solve yours
No more Left @ 300 yds - Right @ 1000 yds?
OK, finally had a cold, windless, Alaskan day today, which allowed me to shoot at 1000 yds in ideal conditions.
: My scope wasn't mounted exactly parallel to the receiver/barrel on my Tikka T3 7mm Rem Mag. It was pointed off towards the right.