Thanks for making me re think this , I read the manual again and it is opposite what I thoughtMove the rear sight in the direction you want the shots to move on target.
If you want the shots on target to rise, move up the rear sight. If "to the max" is already as high as it will go, you might need a different height front sight (a lower one up front).
Double check that the adjustment of the rear sight actually did what you intended, and that everything is assembled and mounted correctly.
If it was some Ruger you may have been correct. Some of their rear sights are bass akwardsThanks for making me re think this , I read the manual again and it is opposite what I thought
"To raise the point of impact, raise the rear sight by turning the elevation screw counterclockwise one or two clicks at a time."
I appreciate this.