I should mention that I should have paid closer attention to my NPOA. Natrual Point of Aim. Whenever I did check, and I did several times, I noticed I was continually off to the right. That may explain the leaning to the right on the targets even more than a bad windage adjustment. The wind WAS brisk, but it was coming from that side, so I can't blame that for blowing 7.62x51mm rounds off center.
Natural Point of Aim is simple to determine, and I am pretty sure I am doing it right. Take your position and aim for the bullseye. Once you are comfortable you are on, close your eyes, relax, and count to ten. The open your eyes and look to see if the front sight is still pointing at the bullseye. It should be. Mine was often to the right. I'd shift my hips over and do the check again. It was still right, generally, but better. I should have made my NPOA spot on.
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