I bought a Nikon Monarch 1-4X20 scope to go with my new Ruger Hawkeye Alaskan in .375 Ruger, but before I mounted it noticed that the cross-hairs were moving to a different point as I moved my head/eye around on the lens.
I'm not that experienced with scope problems, such as parallax, but sort of remember that a Redfield Widefield I once had did something similar, resulting in poor shot groups wandering around 5" at 100 yds. So I sent it in to Nikon on warrantee, but it came back in the same condition.
Is it just me, and I should accept what seems to be a scope alignment problem, and just try to work with a good cheek weld to the stock, etc.? This scope is supposed to be good for quickness and with "both eyes open." Appreciate any tips on this. Hope people that check their eye movement on the lens don't suddenly realize it ain't right.