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POI Adjustment Help

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by RemingtonReloader, Jun 13, 2012.

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  1. RemingtonReloader

    RemingtonReloader TS Member

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    OK, I patterned my gun at 30 yards and looking at the pattern, it's shooting as high as I'd like, but the center of the pattern is about 3" to the right of my aiming point consistently. What direction, and how far, should I move my comb to fix this problem? I am right-handed. Thanks! -Aaron Schneider
     
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    move the comb to the left

    Phil Berkowitz
     
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    That's to the left as if I was looking down the stock from the recoil pad? -Aaron Schneider
     
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    About 1/8 inch. HMB
     
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