This is regarding my scope on my HW97K.
If I set my scope in zero at 22m, when I shoot at 10m I shoot low (which is to be expected) but I also shoot about 10mm right.
Is this perhaps because the line of sight is not directly vertically above the line of fire, or because the scope is canted?
I set my scope up by putting a spirit level across the stock at the rear of the receiver, and then sighted in on a plumb line to get the cross-hair vertical. When I had the stock off the other day I noticed that the top of the stock is not perfectly flat all around, which leads me to think that perhaps my spirit level method was not accurate.
Any thoughts from others that may have experienced this?