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Question about target sights “loading up”…Would like to hear some insight

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So over the last few months I have had a issue that has bugged the heck out of me. First it started with a CBE elite target, I will explain what the deal is. For instance you walk in to the range and notice your shooting low, so you start cranking the sight down click by click. After a few turns of the knob you are now what I will called "loaded" in the downward direction. The screw is advanced and will move down with every click. HERE IS THE PROBLEM: now you have gone too far and your shooting high, you decide to come back a click or two. As you turn the knob it can move as much as 5 clicks and the scope doesn’t move, because the worm screw hasn’t "loaded" now in the upward direction. Just for kicks you go two clicks back up the rail (or down in yardage) you now have two clicks of play in either direction you can move and the scope doesn’t respond because it isn’t "loaded" in either way. Fast forward a couple months, I said to myself "CBE junk!" and bought a shibuya. Low and behold! It does the same freaking thing with less clicks the shibuya is exactly four clicks once "loaded" in one direction to move in the opposite direction. ANYONE HAVE ANY ADVICE? TWEAKS THAT CAN BE MADE? SIGHTS THAT DONT DO THIS?

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