Originally Posted by RangerBrad
I hope all this gets figured out quick as this is the end of deer season and though coyote season started a while back I don't get excited about it till after deer season then, I get real excited about it as in every day excited about it. I had to take my old Simmons 2.5x10x50 Pro50 off that has worked well for me for 14 years. That broke my heart but, I did it thinking this would be a quick fix. Mount scope, take to range, sight in and I'm golden however, nothing ever seems to work that easy. Done went through a bunch of shells trying to figure this out now back to square one. This will get fixed this week or I'll simply put my old scope rings and base back on and work with it till the off season (end of March) it just seems wierd. the logic behind these impacts makes no sense to me. Thank's, Brad
I know how you feel man, sometimes it just makes you nuts when things make no sense.
I wouldn't discount the possibility of something being wrong with the scope itself. If the mounts are not really screwed up, that's the likely cause especially since you are still shooting well, just not getting logical or consistent adjustments.
Get it checked and remounted then get to the range. If it's still all over the place, well... . Time to Call NF.