I've had a pretty decent day with my King Rattie in the garden plinking away at a baked bean can from around 20 meters away (an empty one of course). A few times, the Webley Accupell .22 rounds actually went right through the can and embedded themselves in the thick chip-board I set up behind the "target". Impressive!
However I have noticed that despite it being a very calm afternoon here with no wind, the rounds were certainly grouped off to the left of centre so I'll need to adjust the sights ever so slightly for more accurate shooting.
However the only manual that I have managed to find is very brief on this subject and really doesn't tell me what I need to adjust.
The scope I have is the standard 4x magnification with comes with the King Rattie. Ideally I am hoping that someone can tell me which of the dials is for up/down and which is for left/right alignment?
Thanks for any help.
...clockwise rotation = down (i.e., point of impact moves lower), while the turret on the side is for windage (left/right) with clockwise rotation = left (POI moves to the left).
There are exceptions, but they're rare.
Also it's usual for the directions to be marked on the dials.