I had my 2 M1Ds and M1903A4, all with M84 scopes out to the range this weekend and was sighting them in. I have all of them sighted in at 100 yrads and each was putting all the rounds in the black of 6" dia. circle. (Not bad considering I'm using very "old" eyes.) To be able to do this on one of the scopes, I had to move the right/left adjustement to its maximum. To me this means that the scoped needs to have some shim since the adjustment is at its maximum. Where would one place the shim since there is no right/left adhystment in the scope mount?
Last edited by BigBoy99; 08-29-2010 at 10:17 AM.
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