sorry, im still a little lost..........where can i find one of these and how does it work? and what exactly do all the knobs and stuff do on the scope?greenlawnj said:Get a dev ice called a boresighter. preferably laser, read instructions, sight in scope. Then fire it(at the range of course) and make fine adjustments so its right on target,
Gotta help out the new guys!
Boresighter kit is basically a laser pointer coming out of your barrel. You go to the range, turn the boresighter on, align your scope to match the pointer, take boresighter out, fire where your scope goes, and adjust from there.TrashmanNYC said:sorry, im still a little lost..........where can i find one of these and how does it work? and what exactly do all the knobs and stuff do on the scope?
i know, im useless.........
YUP AND THE RING ON THE FRONT OBJECTIVE IS FOR PARALLAX CORRECTIONS , SOME TIMES THAT IS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE SCOPEBLAMMO said:Trashman ...
I'm a relative knewb too. I've never even owned or sighted in a rifle scope. But I'm pretty sure ...
The knob on the top is for elevation (up/down)
The knob on the side is for windage (left/right)
The ring on the front bell is for magnification.
Is this it?