Ok guys i'm pretty new to scopes/long range shooting (ar 15 guy) so bear with me. Recieved a Nikon Buckmasters 4.5-14x40 scope today along with a set of turrets to replace the windage and elevation knobs. I used a quarter to remove the screw holding the elevation knob, wiggled it off , set the 0 mark on the turret to the line on the knob base and was good to go. On the windage knob i removed the screw and when i was removing the knob i heard a click. I don't know which way it clicked. I put the turret on anyways and set the line on the scope base equal with the 0 on the turret even though it may not be correct. Will this affect my shooting? How can i find out which way the teeth clicked so as to correct it and bring it back to factory specs? Thanks for any help!