I am not a scope/optics expert or an extremely skilled benchrest shooter and usually am happy to get everything good enough for hunting out to 300 yards, say around 1.5 - 1.75 MOA. On a recent scope mounting, my initial shot was almost 4 feet to the left and 2+ feet high of point of aim at 100 yards. I did not shim anything and am not using windage adjustable bases so I used the scopes reticle adjustment to bring it back in line. I assume that would pretty much use up most adjustment in the scope itself. I have not had an opportunity to sight in beyond 100 yet, but am curious what side effects of the scope axis being that far off center may be present at longer ranges. Should I start over and try to shim it over somehow, try new bases, etc. Or, is that no big deal to have the scope axis off like that as long as I can adjust it with the dial... and if it is on at 100 will it still be centered at 300, at 500? It’s been a while since I took physics of lenses, focal points, etc, so I’m sorry if this is basic stuff, but I have never had a scope mount several feet off the target before.