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Old 06-09-2019, 09:03 PM
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First, I will NOT repeat what I have seen in responses by at least 12 people [who do not read other responses before saying exactly the same thing] about the caps, or bore sighting.

If you need to re-center the crosshairs, the proper way is to turn them completely to one end, right or left, and up or down.

Then COUNT the clicks until you turn the crosshairs completely to the other end.

Now divide by 2 and urn the crosshairs back that amount and they are properly centered.

Pardon me if someone explained that already...
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Old 06-10-2019, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by rugermann View Post
Thanks everyone I thought it was weird. Ok Iím excited to get this sighted in now. That was frustrating.
How did you make out? Everything working perfectly?
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Old 06-10-2019, 10:02 AM
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When sighting in a .22 sight in at 50'. Much easier to control moving sight. Then at 50 yds you will usually be within 2" or less.
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Originally Posted by Toomany22s View Post
I only joke when Iím wearing house slippers

Put on secure rest, like a lead sled .

Pull bolt and get target centered by looking thru bore . Strap into ledsled gun must not move.Adjust knobs till target is centered in the scope. Put bolt back in. Fire shot at target adjust accordingly.

If not on paper, fire second shot see where it hits on dirt, ie line up with scope and lift your head look at target area and fire.
All above info is correct.
This the way I do it. I mount the rifle in a vice( padded)
I remove the top caps there should be an elevation screw beneath the extended turrets. Do the same for the windage Turret. Elevation is on top/windage on the
right I place a target dot on far wall of garage and pull bolt follow above instructions. By Toomany22s that is the cheap way to bore sight. or get a bore sighter fairly inexpensive. stick the sighter (mine is 40 years old) some attach with a magnet once the barrel looks at target is the same as what the scope sees You are bore sighted. go to your range and shoot at a big blank piece of paper ( 2x2 feet) set your range at 25 yards or less. Put a small target sticker in the center of paper. Aim for it, shoot a couple rounds see where they are with a boresighter it usually is about 4 inches. then you just walk your windage and elevation to your sticker. once on target extend your range and shoot again and walk the W/E to that point. Replace turrets to 0 and your good to go. I've been doing this for 50 years.
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