That was a good BASIC guide to mounting a scope, but in Step 4, he leaves out a CRITICAL point!Zardiw: Sir; Welcome from NC
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It is hard to say from so little info.Just got a 6x18 Leupold, for a .22 varmint rifle.
At about 10 yards it shoots a tad to the right, and at 30 yards it shoots a little to the left.
Is it a mounting issue, or a scope issue?
That would fall under the "shooting technique" I mentioned in REPLY #9. I just wasn't inclined to say he was doing it. LOLthese things are usually easily explained.
if it's a little to the right at 10 yds it's more to the right at 30 yds and even further to the right at 100 yds.
it is NOT even possible for a bullet to weave back and forth across it's path of travel.
you jerked the trigger at 10 yds and pushed on the stock at 30 yds.