So you have your brand new weapon, which you carefully research on the web and the scope you selected from a dealer after many hours of discussion. You sit down at your ex wife's prized dinning room table, yes the highly polished one, with alun key, screw drivers, oil...and hammer just in case.
This was the journey I found myself taking and discovered an entire new form of English (!$$#%$#). There is a difference between PCP and Springer when scopes are to be selected as well as their mounting. Then there is parallax and fast reticle and objective lenses, and the rest gets way out of my league.
I would like to know it there is someone out there who can help with this in easy steps, like marrage counselling. Things such as bench testing a springer is not the best method. And the 'head bob' to set the parallax, and so on.
Please help, at least I now hit my wall and not the neighbours windows when I shoot. But I would like to do a little better and I sure by de-mystifying many of these types of issues people will find this to be an interesting, and infact very challenging (self) past time. :cowboy: