I bought a bushnell 4200 series 6-24X40 for my savage model 12, and when the guy at the gun shop mounted it he put a lazer in the bore and said he was boresighting it. When i got home i noticed that the elevation knob was cranked all the way up, but he didnt bother to touch the windage knob. When i first shot the rifle it shot super high and to the right like 12 inches each way at 100 yards, so i started adjusting, and to get 12 inches of adjustment on a scope with 1/8 in clicks i had to crank the windage almost all the way to the left to get it to hit on target. The ammo i made made a bit of a difference after i zeroed with crappy factory ammo i shot some of my own loads and they shot way to the left. so now i have a little bit more adjustment i can use left or right, but its still not anywhere close to being at the mechanical zero of the scope. dose this sound anyways familiar or am i just way out on this one ?