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ok on the side of the adjustment knobs, there is the head of a small grub screw undo this and pull the caps straight off then replace aligned to your "0"

and redo the grub screws with locktite or similar

no need to do this , it can mess you up later if you change your zero

but still your choice and its not hard


remember theres a chance that when you put them back on they wont perfectly align to 0 because of how the teeth are set up and on some models you only get a 90 degree option ( it only seats correctly on the 90 deg points )
 

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Yep. my nikons are slightly off, but not enough to matter.. A click is still a click.
 

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Yep. my nikons are slightly off, but not enough to matter.. A click is still a click.
With elevation depending on the scope one click at 100 can be 1 inch then depending on the round 6oo yards could be several feet or more. Every click / adjustment matters more so the further out you go. This is why all quality scope have turrets you can free up and set to exact zero. This is also why every person who shoots well returns his dials to zero every time they change location or range.
 
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