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I posted this on the Sniper forum and was sent here. I've got a M42?? Swede with the little AGA42 scope. It sits well on the base...it seems in line with barrel axis. How do you adjust the mount to zero at 100 yards in terms of windage? Jim
 

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Adjusting the windage is for any yardage . Hard to believe the sniper boys could not answer your question .

First , remove the mount from the base . Next , look on the bottom of the mount & loosen the large headed screw at the front of the mount . Then there are 2 screws on each side of the rear of the mount . Which ever way that you need to move the windage , loosen the opposite side screw & turn the other screw to move the mount . Then retighten the opposite screw . Very small movement will move the windage a long way , so be patient . It is adviseable to remove one of the windage screws first & make sure the mount is not stuck . Otherwise , these tiny M3.5 m/m screws can easily be stripped . If you strip or break one of these screws , you will have a hard time fixing the problem . Retighten the forward screw each time you move the windage & test fire again .
 

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It is an m/41 or m/41B. The m/42 is the scope.
 
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