i took all your advices about the silencer posting of mine and rather went an d bought a Ultraoptec 4x32 Compact 15mP scope.
I have set the scope up with Hawke LOW-Match Mounts, but when i fire my shots at a target from about 15m away from a target, the shots always seem to go to the left and slightly below my crosshair(the point i was aiming at), as if my barrel is pointing slightly leftish of my scope sight which is slightly rightish.
I dont know how to fix this problem.Ive spent 6 hours doing and undoing the screws on my mounts that hold the scope to try and bring the scope slightly leftish by tightening the left side more than the right side, but to no avail.Shots are never meeting my crosshair point.Always to the left and slightly below my aim.
How does this work.It cant have anything to do with the mounts that attach to the rail of the gun, because they simply fit into the grooves that are theri for the rail.Its not like i can force them slightly left or right.
Also, please explain how it works.Should the scope be aligned facing slightly downwards from my eye view into it to the front of the scope, (in other words tighten the front of the scope stronger to pull it down more) so that it intercepts the line the rifle barrel follows.Surely if it were perfectly perpendicualr to the barrel, when i shoot , my crosshair would be targeting a posisiton above where my shot will go, seeing as though the line the pellet follows is below the line im looking at through my crosshair.
Im a newbie and need help desperately.
ps:The instruction booklet for the scope doesnt even match my model i have so its difficult to follow them on the instructions