Hi all I thought it would be interesting to find out general opinion on what to me is the thorny question of whether my scope is properly aligned to my barrel, and if not what - if anything - do I do about it. The advice you get is just stick your scope on the gun, zero at x yards and away you go. But, I think we will all agree that if there is any significant misalignment between scope and barrel, your pellets trajectory well never correspond to the line of sight - except at the first point of zero. You will always find pellet drift - it starts on one side of the line of sight, and drifts across that line to the other side, as it passes the first point of zero. So I think there are 3 choices: A. forget about it (most people's choice) B. use shims C. use laterally adjustable mounts I don't sleep well if I have chosen A. B and C are fiddly to say the least. Comments?