Can someone explain to me how you can use the Sako tapered dovetail for windage adjustment with scope mounts that don’t have windage adjustment built in? I’m thinking of mounts like the Leupold ring mounts for Sako and also Sako’s ring mounts that clamp directly on to the dovetail (not the Optilocks with bases). I’ve read that sliding the front mount back and forward on the dovetail causes movement in the scope away from its centerline, but am having a little difficulty in visualizing the geometry of this. The Leupold Sako ring mounts recommend clamping the rings midway along the dovetail, both front and rear. They also suggest putting the clamping screw on the left side of the receiver (not sure why they recommend this). Would this tilt the front of the scope towards the right (the non-screw side) if the front mount is slid forward on the dovetail (and thus causing the POI to move towards the left)?