BillyBob, Yah I know Horton is weak on directions, same thing with mine. First, your scope is end for end backwards, turn it around, the big end should be furthest away from you. To verify this, look into the big end, the image you see will look very far away. Looking into the smaller end will make things look closer, and the right adjuster will show "L" for left, the top adjuster will show "Up".
Originally Posted by 1843BILLYBOB
I have a Mult A Range scope here in front of me, but it's new in box, never tried it so I don't know what 1 click will equal in your case. Don't start sighting in at 20 yards, start at 5 - 10 yards so there is no chance to miss the target and lose an arrow. Adjust your scope as you move backwards until you are zeroed at 20 yards or wherever it is you want your 1st crosshair to be zeroed at. A rule of thumb might be 4-8 clicks to an inch at close yardages, you'll just have to try and see.
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