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Old January 21, 2013, 07:32 PM   #15
cw308
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You don't sound like a new shooter, so I would double check all the base & ring screws. It's best to remove the scope, check your base screws and start over to rule out any loose screws. I'm a benchrest shooter only, last summer one of my shooting buddies started shooting poor groups with his old reliable. When I asked, what's going on he said my scope just craped out, he was ready to send the scope back. When I was looking at his rifle,I found his base windage screw was so loose you could turn it with your finger. Once you find the problem you feel so much better. In most cases it's not the rifle. Double check everything, hope I helped in some way. Be Safe Chris
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