Hatsan Bullboss >25 caliber (wood stock) shooting low.

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    erumsch
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    I'm asking for help with a reason or reasons my Hatsan Bull boss is shooting so low. I can have the scope maxed at height but still shoot 6 inches low 10 yards away. I just purchased it less then 2 weeks ago and shot it for the first time yesterday to receive terrible results. Is there some adjustments I could make to raise the barrel? I tightened all the screws  but you would think on a $700.00 pellet gun you wouldn't have this problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I also have the recommended Hatsan optic that is a really well made scope and I tried different scopes with different mounts and still had same results so I know it isn't the scope so id hate to shim a scope but may have to.

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    Seth0764
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    At what distance do you have the scope zeroed? 

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    erumsch
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    that's the problem I can not zero the scope I have it maxed( height wise )at 10 yards and still hit 3 mill dots low of the bulls eye.

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    erumsch
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    and at 25yards its 4 mill dots low maybe even lower. I just can bring the scope up high enough to catch up to the center cross hairs no matter what the distance.

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    c_m_shooter
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    Make sure the pellets aren't clipping the moderator.  If that isn't it, try swapping your scope rings front to back.

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    Seth0764
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    You say you can't bring the scope high enough? You need to lower the scope or cross hairs to the poi.

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    stony30
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    Shim the rear mount scope mount up. Use a piece of credit card or cut aluminum off the bottom of a soda pop can.

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