I'm a beginner who is addicted in FT with no clubs and no one to support on the Isle of Man. I've just bought a brand new Nikko 10x50x60 scope with 30mm blue-print sportsmatch mounts, all neatly fitted to my Daystate Panther where the scope nearly touches the barrel. For 5 hours I could not reach the pellets to climb up 1 or 2 inches vertically upwards to the point of aim as the top elevation keeps running out of steam as from 15 meters to 50 meters. How can I rectify this most extremely frustrating and teething problems to an end. Thanks for your exponential expertise and kind help on this matter. Do you think adding a rail scope will definitely solve this annoying problem ? Or will it make it worse ? Advice.