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I have a strange problem with scope/mounts. Skope is Nikko Stirling Sniper 10x42, mounts are BKL with front extended mount. Scope's centerline is 1.85" (2.95cm) above the bore.

There was absulutely no wind. Totaly calm. Scope was zeroed at 55y. At 70y it shoots slightly to the right, at 90y about 1 inch to the same side and about 2 inches to the right at 110y. If one connects all impact points at 55y, 70y, 90y and 110y they are a positioned on a streight line that is inclined approximatelly 20-30 degrees from the vertical plane, to the right.

I checked kanting, i.e. that scope's vertical reticule stud is square with barrel's bore and that is ok. Somebody told me that  possibly  centerline of  the scope is rotated in horisontal plane in relation to the rifle's bore.

Would that produce the error like described above? How can that be corrected?

cheers, dejan

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