Re: Scope adjustment help
No scope is infinitely adjustable. They ALL have limitations. Some more than others. If something is "wrong" with the mounting i.e. (base(s), action screw hole alignment, action height difference from front to back where bases attach i.e. requiring bedding the bases, ring height/alignment, etc) Then you could be forever battling getting a good zero (POA/POI). What are the adjustment increments on the scope? 1/4? 1/8? or ? The rest is just shoot it with your chosen over the shelf load, or reload to get the most from the gun. We are usually the weakest link in the chain of accuracy. I take it that the scope is a fixed power? Does it have a focus (not to be confused with parallax) adjustment? (ocular lense the end you look into) will have an ability to turn in and out and likely lock into place, as that will allow you to sharpen/clear up the look of the post. Other than that they are as basic and simple as a scope gets.