1. Loosen one of the Combination Windage Adjustment and Locking Screws one
full turn (either one is fine, however, loosen only one so that the original
windage adjustment is maintained).
2. Adjust the aperture by rotating it in half turn increments. Rotating the
aperture clockwise will move the aperture down (and therefore the point of
impact down as well). Rotating the aperture counter-clockwise will move the
aperture up (and therefore the point of impact up). (See Figures 24a and 24b.)
Rotating the aperture a single half turn (180 degrees) will move the point of
impact approximately 1.25 inches at 100 yards.
3. Tighten the Combination Windage Adjustment and Locking Screw that was
loosened in Step One (See Figures 24a and 24b). The Aperture will move
against the other screw and will be aligned to the half turn position.
WARNING: DO NOT TIGHTEN THE COMBINATION WINDAGE AND LOCKING
SCREW WITH THE APERTURE NOT IN THE HALF TURN POSITION AS THIS
WILL DAMAGE THREADS OF THE APERTURE
1. Loosen the Combination Windage Adjustment and Locking Set Screw (turn it
counter-clockwise using a 5/64 hex wrench) on the side that matches the
direction of intended aperture travel (right side first to move aperture right,
left side first to move aperture left). (See Figures 23a and 23b.) Full turns are
not required and any portion of a turn is acceptable. One complete rotation of
the hex screw will move the point of impact approximately 5 inches at 100
2. Tighten the opposite Windage Adjustment and Locking Set Screw. (See
Figures 23a and 23b.) The aperture will be pushed and locked up against the
screw that was adjusted in Step 1.
To Move Bullet Impact To Right
Move the Aperture to the Right
To Move Bullet Impact To Left
Move the Aperture to the Left
and Locking Set Screw
(one on each side)