Why do one get the following problem? Or must I say some of us.
My rifle is zero'd at 25 metres. But when shooting at for instance 10 metres the pellet is shooting 3-4mm to the left. Surely one should only compensate for height at different distances? I know 3mm is almost nothing but I'm sure it should stay on a straight line at any distance if you ignore the effects the wind may have on it. If my .22Lr can stay in a straight line from 5 metres to 100 metres might that mean that my airgun's "mounting bridge" can be out of sync? I'm using the same mounts on both guns. Lynx B-Square. Any advice?