How to Sight-in an Air Rifle with a Scope?

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To Sight-in an Air Rifle with a scope, first place the rifle on the stand or position firmly on your shoulder and look in to scope with the eye closes to it. Use the screws on the scope to magnify the target and move the treads to centre on the target. When looking through the scope, there should be no eyestrain. Adjust the windage and pellet drop to your liking.
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You need to understand your wind and elevation in relationship to your rifle and scope. From that knowledge it becomes easier to scope.
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