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    BC Miroku rifle scope settings

    I like the scope, which I bought from a member here but I am not sure of the windage and elevation markes and how they translate to inches of movement at 100 yds.
    between the main numbers 0-10-20-30 etc. there are 10 graduations between each increment.
    So what is the scale in inch increments at 100 yds?
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    Pictures? Model Number, more info please

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    it is a 3-9 x 40MM
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    https://www.gunsandammo.com/editoria...a-rifle/249395
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    I've got it sighted in. Sighting in was not the problem or the question. The question concerned the graduations on the windage and elevation setting dials and how they translated to changes at 100 yds.
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    I'm not familiar with that scope and I don't have much faith in anyone's calibration anyway; I test it myself. Then I'll know how much change a single click actually produces! If/when I want to know how much a new scope's click value is I'll change maybe 10 clicks and look at the shift.

    Screw thread backlash being what it is, I always make adjustments as a right hand screw thread needs. Meaning, if I need to shift my point of impact 3 clicks to the left I'll go maybe 10 clicks left and then come back 7 clicks.

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    1hole...thanks thats exactly what I ended up doing.
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