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Since my rings have windage adjustment, it seems like I should "zero" my used scope, so that I know that I'm not almost out of adjustment, before mounting it.  Does anyone have advice on this?  Do most scopes have a zero indicator or method of doing so, other than counting clicks from one stop to the other and going halfway back?
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To be certain, you pretty much have to count clicks.

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If you are careful you can count turns, but it's just about as easy to count clicks and know you are centered.
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