This article explains how to set up and "reset" your rifle's sight.
Step 1. After mounting the rifle sight, you need to reset it
It is the most important thing to do to improve the accuracy of the shot. If you don't do this properly you won't hit the target.
Place eyepiece, set eye distance for correct aiming position. The image must be clear and clear when you look through the eyepiece
Step 2. Level the reticle
Keep the shotgun still, the best way to do this is to hold the shotgun on a pedestal so that the crate is level with the ground. Now rotate the reticle so that the vertical one is in the center, imagine a line crossing the rifle in the center.
Step 3. Squeeze the base of the viewfinder tightly making sure the reticle stays well in the center
Check it while tightening the base. Screw in the screws only halfway and check that the reticle has remained in place. Tighten the screws at opposite corners such as when screwing in the head screws of a car.
Step 4. Determine the distance to zero the viewfinder
Usually this is about the distance you shoot most frequently. Set a target at that distance.
Step 5. Get into position, it is important that the shotgun is firmly in place during this procedure
Step 6. Remove the caps from the viewfinder adjustments and elevation turrets
Step 7. Aim at the target and shoot (it is important to do this on a day with little wind)
Step 8. Now adjust the elevation turret up or down and the left or right adjustment (depending on how you shot)
You have to adjust the crosshair reticle based on how you hit the target, the reticle needs to aim where you shot.