I tend to do it the easy way with bolt action rifles. I set them up stable in a cleaning stand, pull the bolt and aim the barrel across the street at the corner of the neighbors house, without moving the rifle, I adjust the scope to coincide with where the barrel is pointing. (this is after mounting the scope so the crosshairs are perfectly in line with the action. "Action level, crosshairs level")
At the range, I simply shoot it at the berm and see how close I am to my aimpoint. Since the berm is 50' wide and 20' high, I'm usually that close ;-)
Then just adjust as necessary.
Good luck and keep us posted,
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