After zeroing a scope I realize I’m more comfortable with the scope 2" towards the rear. The scope resides in a American Defense Mount scope base with integrated rings and mounted to the picatinny rail via QD autolock levers.
I plan to hit the range in the next week to recheck zero.
I think it should still be close, theoretically anyways - I did not loosen the scope out of the scope base and moved the entire assembly back 2". My rail is straight so should be interesting to see where the POI/POA is now.
I moved the optics back 2" because, after several range outings with a new rifle/scope I realize I was stretching a bit to get into the middle of the eye relief range my scope has. This adjustment makes me a lot more comfy behind the gun and should translate to better groups down the road.
Anyone else bump into this this? Had to move the scope setup in the interest of comfort?
Anyone else had to make adjustments - glass position, etc…?